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Could anyone send a sample code to insert MQRFH2 to MQMessage using java?
I am trying build <usr> and <jms> folders.
I tried few examples but it is not adding to the header..instead the message body contains the added text.

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rama_krishna580Connect With a Mentor Commented:
Here is the sample code...
Posted: Tue Mar 22, 2005 8:51 am    Post subject: problem with setting RFH2 header in java  

I have the following code snippet to set RFh2 header in java.

However, when I view the message in MQ visual browse, its is not being deciphered as RFH2 header. What am i missing?

Also, I counted the bytes and it should be 36 bytes in RFH2 I am setting, but when I do the length of the message - it displays that the length is 60.
The message has nothing but RFH2 structure.

Any help is appreciated.

qMgr = new MQQueueManager(qManager);
int openOptions = MQC.MQOO_INPUT_AS_Q_DEF |
MQQueue test_queue = qMgr.accessQueue("Q_ECM_TEST_CHAT",openOptions);
MQMessage test = new MQMessage();
test.writeString("RFH "); // String rfhStrucID
test.writeLong(2); //version
test.writeLong(36); //rfhStrucLength
test.writeLong(273); //encoding
test.writeLong(819); //codedCharacterSetID
test.writeString("MQSTR "); //rfhFormat
test.writeLong(0); //rfhFlags
test.writeLong(1208); //rfhNameValueCCSID

int len = test.getMessageLength();
System.out.println("len of msg = " + len);

MQPutMessageOptions pmo = new MQPutMessageOptions();

test_queue.put(test, pmo);


pattabi23inAuthor Commented:
Whew!!!!! Thank you very much. It worked very well.
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