I am part of the iSphere development team and the idea is to create a data queue viewer such as the DSPDTAQ command from Craig Rutledge.

For that I need to read the entries of a given data queue without removing them from the queue. As far as I can see, the data queue classes do not support that. peek() just reads the next entry that is eligible for read(). But it does not support reading a whole bunch of entries nor spinning through all entries.

Am I missing something?



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Betreff: Re: PCML how to properly call the QMHRDQM API

On 11/29/2014 2:30 PM, Thomas Raddatz wrote:
I wonder whether or not someone could help me with the PCML of the
Retrieve Data Queue Message (QMHRDQM) API.

Why not just use the data queue classes?



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