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==Summary==
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==Privileges==
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<p>
<dt>Privileges
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System manager or User 0</p>
<dd>System manager or User 0
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<dt>Function
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==Function==
<dd>Disconnects all users who have connections to the specified queue manager.
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<p>
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Validates the existence of a queue manager and marks it available for use. </p>
  
 
==Syntax==
 
==Syntax==
<p class="syntax">BUMP {QUEUEMANAGER | QM} <span class="term">name</span> </p>
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<p class="syntax">START {QUEUEMANAGER | QM} <span class="term">name</span></p>
  
<b>Where:</b>
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==Where==
 
<p>
 
<p>
<var class="term">name</var> identifies a queue manager created with a DEFINE QUEUEMANAGER command.</p>
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<var class="term">name</var> identifies a queue manager created with the DEFINE QUEUEMANAGER command.</p>
  
 
==Usage==
 
==Usage==
 
<p>
 
<p>
When you want to disconnect users from a queue manager, follow these steps:</p>
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If the specified queue manager is already started, the command is ignored. </p>
<ol>
 
<li>
 
Issue a STOP QUEUEMANAGER command to prevent additional access to the queue manager.</li>
 
<li>
 
Issue a BUMP QUEUEMANAGER command. Any active WebSphere MQ transactions for bumped users are backed out. </li>
 
</ol>
 
 
<p>
 
<p>
If the queue manager does not exist or has not been started, an error message is issued. </p>
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Once this command has been issued successfully, queues that belong to this queue manager can be opened with the [[MQ/204 and SOUL statements#OPEN QUEUE statement|OPEN QUEUE]] statement or the [[MQ/204 and SOUL statements#MQPUT1 statement|MQPUT1]] statement.</p>
[[Category:Commands]]
 

Revision as of 01:16, 16 December 2021

Privileges

System manager or User 0

Function

Validates the existence of a queue manager and marks it available for use.

Syntax

START {QUEUEMANAGER | QM} name

Where

name identifies a queue manager created with the DEFINE QUEUEMANAGER command.

Usage

If the specified queue manager is already started, the command is ignored.

Once this command has been issued successfully, queues that belong to this queue manager can be opened with the OPEN QUEUE statement or the MQPUT1 statement.