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ISPFからMQのMain Menuへの移動方法

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                            ISPF Primary Option Menu                            
 Option ===> MQ                                                                 
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  D Debug Tool  Debug Tool Utility V12.1                                        
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 OS OSHELL        OpenEdition MVS ISPF Shell                                    
 BR READ          BookManager READ/MVS                                          
 BB BUILD         BookManager BUILD/MVS                                         
 BI READ INDEX    BookManager Index Utility                                     
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 DE DXT END USER  Invoke DXT End User Dialogs                                   
 DU MVS/DITTO     MVS/DITTO Utility                                             
 IN INSPECT       INSPECT for C/370 and PL/I                                    
 D2 DB2I          Perform DB2 Interactive functions                             
 PM DB2PM         DATABASE 2 Performance Monitor                                
 MQ MQ            MQ 7.1.0 operations and control panels                        
  F1=Help      F2=Split     F3=Exit      F7=Backward  F8=Forward   F9=Swap      
 F10=Actions  F12=Cancel                                                        

MQのMain Menu

                     IBM WebSphere MQ for z/OS - Main Menu                      
                                                                                
 Complete fields. Then press Enter.                                             
                                                                                
 Action  . . . . . . . . . .       0. List with filter   4. Manage              
                                   1. List or Display    5. Perform             
                                   2. Define like        6. Start               
                                   3. Alter              7. Stop                
                                   8. Command                                   
 Object type . . . . . . . .               +                                    
 Name  . . . . . . . . . . .                                                    
 Disposition . . . . . . . .    Q=Qmgr, C=Copy, P=Private, G=Group,             
                                S=Shared, A=All                                 
                                                                                
 Connect name  . . . . . . .       - local queue manager or group               
 Target queue manager  . . .                                                    
            - connected or remote queue manager for command input               
 Action queue manager  . . .       - command scope in group                     
 Response wait time  . . . . 30    5 - 999 seconds                              
                                                                                
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  F1=Help      F2=Split     F3=Exit      F4=Prompt    F9=SwapNext F10=Messages  
 F12=Cancel                                                                     

MQのMain MenuのHelp

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|                              Main Menu - Help                               |
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| The 'Main Menu' panel is the entry point to the IBM WebSphere MQ for z/OS   |
| Operations and Control panels.                                              |
|                                                                             |
| On any panel you can get HELP at either field or panel level. To get field  |
| help, move the cursor to the field and press F1. To get panel help, move    |
| the cursor to a position outside any of the fields and press F1.            |
|                                                                             |
| The Operations and Control panels work by sending MQSC commands to a queue  |
| manager. For more information about commands, refer to the "WebSphere MQ    |
| Script (MQSC) Command Reference" manual.                                    |
|                                                                             |
| The panels are not intended to support every possible object and function   |
| that can be performed using MQSC commands.  In particular there is no       |
| formatted panel support for Topics and Subscriptions since they include     |
| very long fields.                                                           |
| You can use the Websphere MQ Explorer to administer Topics and              |
| Subscriptions using a graphical user interface.                             |
|                                                                             |
| The COMMAND action allows the use of any MQSC commands that that can be     |
| issued through the CSQUTIL utility program.  This includes functions that   |
| are not supported through the panel interfaces such as administering        |
| Topics and Subscriptions.  The Command function displays an Edit session    |
| where you can enter the MQSC commands you wish to invoke, it then uses      |
| CSQUTIL to execute the commands and displays the command output in an Edit  |
| session.                                                                    |
|                                                                             |
| To use the panels:                                                          |
|                                                                             |
| 1.  Specify an action by entering a number between 0 and 8 in the 'Action'  |
|     field.                                                                  |
| 2.  Specify a valid object type for the action in the 'Object type' field.  |
|     You can type in the object type or you can press F4 and select an       |
|     object type from the list displayed in the 'Select a Valid Object       |
|     Type' secondary window.                                                 |
| 3.  Specify a name for the object, as described below.                      |
| 4.  Specify a disposition, as appropriate for the action and object type    |
|     you are using.                                                          |
| 5.  Choose the queue manager you want to use, as described below.           |
| 6.  Press Enter.                                                            |
|                                                                             |
| Depending on your choices, you will either see panels that show you         |
| current information about the object and let you perform the action         |
| requested, or you will see a LIST OF OBJECTS, from where you can select     |
| ANY of the allowed actions for the object. (The action you choose is not    |
| significant if a list of objects is to be displayed.)                       |
|                                                                             |
| YOU ARE RECOMMENDED TO MAKE CHOICES THAT RESULT IN A LIST OF OBJECTS BEING  |
| DISPLAYED, AND WORK FROM THAT LIST. Use the 'List or Display' action on     |
| the main menu, because that is allowed for all object types. You can get a  |
| list by specifying:                                                         |
|                                                                             |
| o   a generic name, ending in an asterisk                                   |
| o   a generic disposition, ALL                                              |
|                                                                             |
| If you specify an asterisk for the action queue manager name, or if you     |
| are using cluster objects, a list always results.                           |
|                                                                             |
| SPECIFYING AN OBJECT NAME                                                   |
|                                                                             |
| To perform an action, enter one of the following in the 'Name' field:       |
|                                                                             |
| o   The name of an object.                                                  |
| o   A generic name ending in an asterisk, for example, ABC*.  This          |
|     displays a list of objects of the type and disposition specified whose  |
|     names match the generic name, for example, ABC1, ABC2, ABCD, and so     |
|     on.                                                                     |
| o   An asterisk (*) on its own to obtain a list of all the objects of the   |
|     type and disposition specified.                                         |
| o   Blank, if either                                                        |
|                                                                             |
|     -   the object type is SYSTEM, SECURITY, or MANAGER.                    |
|     -   you want to define a new object using default attributes.           |
|                                                                             |
| DEFINING A NEW OBJECT                                                       |
|                                                                             |
| To define a new object, you use an existing object as a basis for it. As    |
| with the other actions, you can do this by displaying a list of existing    |
| objects, and then selecting the object you want to use from the list, or    |
| by specifying the basis object and choosing the 'Define like' action.       |
| Alternatively, if you want to use default attributes for the new object     |
| rather than using an existing object as a basis, specify the 'Define like'  |
| action and a blank name.                                                    |
|                                                                             |
| Note: The name and disposition you specify is for the basis object, and     |
| NOT for the the object you want to define.                                  |
|                                                                             |
| CHOOSING A QUEUE MANAGER                                                    |
|                                                                             |
| You must choose the name of the local queue manager or queue-sharing group  |
| to which you want to connect, and the queue managers you want to perform    |
| your actions. You can also choose the time that you should wait for         |
| responses from the queue manager.                                           |
|                                                                             |
| CONNECT NAME                                                                |
|     This is where you will connect to MQ;  it must be a queue manager or    |
|     queue-sharing group that is on the same z/OS or OS/390 system as you    |
|     are using. If you choose a queue-sharing group, you will be connected   |
|     to one of the queue managers in the group. If you leave the connect     |
|     name blank, you will connect to the default queue manager or group for  |
|     your installation, if there is one.                                     |
|                                                                             |
| TARGET QUEUE MANAGER                                                        |
|     This is where commands will be input to perform the actions you         |
|     request;  by default, if left blank, it is the connected queue          |
|     manager. However, if you have set up the correct queues and links, you  |
|     can choose a remote queue manager to which to send commands. The name   |
|     you specify would normally be that of a REMOTE QUEUE object. Refer to   |
|     the "WebSphere MQ Intercommunication" manual for more information       |
|     about establishing communication with remote systems.                   |
|                                                                             |
| ACTION QUEUE MANAGER                                                        |
|     This is where the action you request will be performed;  it             |
|     corresponds to the CMDSCOPE command modifier. By default, if left       |
|     blank, it is the target queue manager. If this queue manager (whether   |
|     connected to or remote) is in a queue-sharing group, the action you     |
|     request can be directed instead to another queue manager in the group,  |
|     or to all queue managers by specifying an asterisk (*).                 |
|                                                                             |
| See the help for these fields for more information about choosing a queue   |
| manager. The Operations and Control panels will work satisfactorily only    |
| with queue managers that are running on z/OS or OS/390 and whose command    |
| levels are one of:                                                          |
|                                                                             |
|     CURRENT       710                                                       |
|     PREVIOUS      600 700 701                                               |
|                                                                             |
| Other command levels may work, subject to some restrictions, but are not    |
| formally supported by IBM.                                                  |
|                                                                             |
| If any name is blank, or if you specify a queue-sharing group to connect    |
| to, you will be shown a secondary window where you can confirm the names    |
| of the queue managers.                                                      |
|                                                                             |
| Note: While the 'Main Menu' panel is displayed, you are not connected to    |
| any queue manager. When you press Enter, the connections are checked, and,  |
| if valid, are attempted. If the name is not valid or the connections        |
| cannot be made, an error message is displayed identifying the reason.       |
| Whenever you return to the 'Main Menu' panel, you are disconnected from     |
| the queue manager.                                                          |
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