Install and Configure Websphere MQ File Transfer Edition

First Configuration of Websphere MQ File Transfer Edition:

Step 1: Create a Coordination Queue Manager in Websphere MQ Explorer, in my case my coordination Queue Manager is called FTE_COORD

Step 2: Create the Command Queue Manager

Step 3: Start Websphere MQ FTE Installation

Complete all the information for the FTE_COORD Manager in the installation window:

Complete all the information for the FTE_COMMAND Manager in the installation window:

Step 4: After installation you will receive the following message:

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\IBM\WMQFTE\config\FTE_COORD\FTE_COORD.mqsc has been created.
Ensure this file has been run against the coordination queue manager FTE_COORD before attempting file transfers.This can be done by redirecting the contents of the file FTE_COORD.mqsc into a runmqsc session.

Navigate to the path above in the command window and enter the following command:

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\IBM\WMQFTE\config\FTE_COORD>runmqsc FTE_COORD < FTE_COORD.mqsc

The mqsc script will create the FTE System Queues, Topics, namelists,

DEFINE TOPIC(‘SYSTEM.FTE’) TOPICSTR(‘SYSTEM.FTE’) REPLACEALTER TOPIC(‘SYSTEM.FTE’) NPMSGDLV(ALLAVAIL) PMSGDLV(ALLAVAIL)DEFINE QLOCAL(SYSTEM.FTE) LIKE(SYSTEM.BROKER.DEFAULT.STREAM) REPLACEALTER QLOCAL(SYSTEM.FTE) DESCR(‘Stream for WMQFTE Pub/Sub interface’)* Altering namelist: SYSTEM.QPUBSUB.QUEUE.NAMELIST* Value prior to alteration:DISPLAY NAMELIST(SYSTEM.QPUBSUB.QUEUE.NAMELIST)ALTER NAMELIST(SYSTEM.QPUBSUB.QUEUE.NAMELIST) + NAMES(SYSTEM.BROKER.DEFAULT.STREAM+ ,SYSTEM.BROKER.ADMIN.STREAM,SYSTEM.FTE)* Altering PSMODE.  Value prior to alteration:DISPLAY QMGR PSMODEALTER QMGR PSMODE(ENABLED)DEFINE QLOCAL(SYSTEM.FTE.DATABASELOGGER.REJECT) + DESCR(‘Messages rejected by the FTE database logger.’) + DEFPRTY(0) + DEFSOPT(SHARED) + GET(ENABLED) + MAXDEPTH(999999999) + MAXMSGL(4194304) + MSGDLVSQ(PRIORITY) + PUT(ENABLED) + RETINTVL(999999999) + SHARE + NOTRIGGER + USAGE(NORMAL) + REPLACEDEFINE QLOCAL(SYSTEM.FTE.DATABASELOGGER.COMMAND) + DESCR(‘Command messages to control the FTE database logger.’) + DEFPRTY(0) + DEFSOPT(SHARED) + GET(ENABLED) + MAXDEPTH(999999999) + MAXMSGL(4194304) + MSGDLVSQ(PRIORITY) + PUT(ENABLED) + RETINTVL(5000) + SHARE + NOTRIGGER + USAGE(NORMAL) + REPLACE

Step 5: Verify that the following system Queues has been created:

Step 6: Connect MQFTE Coordination Queue Manager by right clicking FTE_COORD and selecting ‘Connect’

Step 7: A successful connect will look like the following:

You are now ready to create your first Agent to send files from a source to destination.

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5 Comments on “Install and Configure Websphere MQ File Transfer Edition

  1. Hi,

    I done the WMQ FTE Instalation and configuration according to what you have given the doc above ,but for me am not getting last 6 and 7 step,could please let me known how to get the managed File Transfer and service definition and etc,

    Thanks

  2. Babu, do you see the queues created in Step 5?And what version of MQ are you running?You may not see step 6 or 7 if you are running MQ V6 or later. Upgrade to MQ V7.

  3. Hi,

    yes the step 5, queues are created ,but one doubt after given the coordination queue manager name ,it asking for to create one agent and agent queue manager and after that command queue manager,OK fine i created like that ,but above doc there is no screen short for creating the agent ,but finally installing successfully done ,but i don’t know why the 6 and 7 Th step is not getting ,am using WMQ V7.0.1,please give some solutions regarding this ASAP,

    Thanks,

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