MQ

  • 1.  Error generated after updating to MQ server 9.2.0.2

    Posted Wed September 08, 2021 08:43 AM

      I am seeing this error being generated after upgrading to MQ server 9.2.0.2:

    robe Description :- AMQ6109S: An internal IBM MQ error has occurred. |
    | FDCSequenceNumber :- 0 |
    | Arith1 :- 65001 (0xfde9) |
    | Comment1 :- Could not find the CCSID type.

    Has anyone else seen this error and how critical is it? This is on a development server Windows 10.

    THanks.


    ------------------------------
    Skid Minix
    ------------------------------


  • 2.  RE: Error generated after updating to MQ server 9.2.0.2

    Posted Thu September 09, 2021 04:30 AM
    Have you also tried it in 9.2.0.3 ?
    Is there any information in the CCSID field of the MQMD?

    ------------------------------
    Francois Brandelik
    ------------------------------



  • 3.  RE: Error generated after updating to MQ server 9.2.0.2

    Posted Thu September 09, 2021 06:35 AM

    Could you show a little more of the FDC? Usually, one would google for the probe id, to see if there was an APAR to fix it, but you haven't even shown us that important field from the FDC header. Could you update your question to show the whole of the header - the bit surrounded by a box.

    Cheers,
    Morag



    ------------------------------
    Morag Hughson
    MQ Technical Education Specialist
    MQGem Software Limited
    Website: https://www.mqgem.com
    ------------------------------



  • 4.  RE: Error generated after updating to MQ server 9.2.0.2

    Posted Fri September 10, 2021 01:03 AM

    In the more detailed FDC information that you sent me in a message (which I do hope you will also update your initial question post with), I now understand that you issued the dspmqver command:-

    | Process Name       :- dspmqver.exe                                         |

    and that it is complaining about CCSID 65001 in your ccsid.tbl not being mapped correctly.

    | Arith1             :- 65001 (0xfde9)                                       |
    | Comment1 :- Could not find the CCSID type. |
    | Comment2 :- Check whether the CCSID is correctly configured(e.g. |
    | ccsid.tbl). |
    | Comment3 :- C:\Program Files (x86)\IBM\WebSphere |
    | MQ\conv\table\ccsid.tbl |

    So, now that we know this much from the FDC file, over to you to tell us what your ccsid.tbl says about CCSID 65001?

    Cheers,
    Morag



    ------------------------------
    Morag Hughson
    MQ Technical Education Specialist
    MQGem Software Limited
    Website: https://www.mqgem.com
    ------------------------------



  • 5.  RE: Error generated after updating to MQ server 9.2.0.2

    Posted Fri September 10, 2021 07:48 AM
    I wanted to update the post with the entire error, I coincidently updated with the latest Fix Pack 3, again not sure if this is something to be concerned about??


    It appears the error is being generated by the dspmqver command, which I can obviously run myself but after I execute it I do not get the error? If I can remember I was not receiving the error at base level 9.2?

    IBM MQ First Failure Symptom Report |
    | ========================================= |
    | |
    | Date/Time :- Fri September 10 2021 02:13:11 Eastern Daylight Time |
    | UTC Time :- 1631254391.790000 |
    | UTC Time Offset :- 60 (Eastern Daylight Time) |
    | Host Name :- TECHSRV1T |
    | Operating System :- Windows Server 2019 Server Standard Edition, Build |
    | 17763 |
    | PIDS :- 5724H7251 |
    | LVLS :- 9.2.0.3 |
    | Product Long Name :- IBM MQ for Windows (x64 platform) |
    | Vendor :- IBM |
    | O/S Registered :- 1 (amqxcs2.dll) |
    | Data Path :- C:\Program Files (x86)\IBM\WebSphere MQ |
    | Installation Path :- C:\Program Files\IBM\MQ |
    | Installation Name :- Installation1 (1) |
    | License Type :- Production |
    | Probe Id :- XC207020 |
    | Application Name :- MQM |
    | Component :- xxxInitialize |
    | SCCS Info :- F:\build\slot2\p920_P\src\lib\cs\amqxxinc.c, |
    | Line Number :- 1817 |
    | Build Date :- Jul 14 2021 |
    | Build Level :- p920-003-210714 |
    | Build Type :- IKAP - (Production) |
    | UserID :- _sndis_t |
    | Process Path :- C:\Program Files\ibm\MQ\bin64 |
    | Process Name :- dspmqver.exe |
    | Arguments :- |
    | Addressing mode :- 64-bit |
    | Process :- 00002032 |
    | Thread :- 00000001 (8660) |
    | Session :- 00000000 |
    | UserApp :- TRUE |
    | Last HQC :- 0.0.0-0 |
    | Last HSHMEMB :- 0.0.0-0 |
    | Last ObjectName :- |
    | Major Errorcode :- STOP |
    | Minor Errorcode :- OK |
    | Probe Type :- HALT6109 |
    | Probe Severity :- 1 |
    | Probe Description :- AMQ6109S: An internal IBM MQ error has occurred. |
    | FDCSequenceNumber :- 0 |
    | Arith1 :- 65001 (0xfde9) |
    | Comment1 :- Could not find the CCSID type. |
    | Comment2 :- Check whether the CCSID is correctly configured(e.g. |
    | ccsid.tbl). |
    | Comment3 :- C:\Program Files (x86)\IBM\WebSphere |
    | MQ\conv\table\ccsid.tbl |
    | |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ------------------------------
    Skid Minix
    ------------------------------



  • 6.  RE: Error generated after updating to MQ server 9.2.0.2

    Posted Fri September 10, 2021 08:29 AM
    So what do you see in your ccsid.tbl about CCSID 65001?

    ------------------------------
    Morag Hughson
    MQ Technical Education Specialist
    MQGem Software Limited
    Website: https://www.mqgem.com
    ------------------------------



  • 7.  RE: Error generated after updating to MQ server 9.2.0.2

    Posted Tue September 14, 2021 01:45 AM
    I encountered a similar issue last year, using WinRM remote commanding to run MQ commands via a specific user.

    Check the code page for windows user "_sndis_t" that is running the dspmqver.exe command.  You can do this by opening a command prompt window, and entering the "chcp" command.   

    I think you will find it is 65001.  MQ does not have a conversion for this CCSID, so it can't display all command output successfully.

    On Windows, most users are normally code page 850 (DOS SBCS, ISO 8859-1 Latin 1). This works fine with MQ.

    Cheers,


    ------------------------------
    Glenn Baddeley
    Senior Middleware Software Engineer
    Coles Supermarkets Australia Pty Ltd
    ------------------------------