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I am trying to test a queue I set up and want to make sure I am doing it correctly.  Using MQ Explorer I "put" a message on the local queue and I should expect to see that go to the local queue on the other side.  Do I have to do anything else?
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Its been awhile since I worked with MQ, but I'm fairly sure that if you put to a local queue it stays on the local queue.

You need to put the message on a queue that is defined locally, but it is defined as a remote queue.
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