On a command line type WRKDSTQ – Work with Distribution Queue, from here take F10 to configure a distribution Queue. Then use F6 to add a new DSTQ.
Send msg with dst:
SENDMSG1: SNDDST TYPE(*LMSG) TOINTNET((email@example.com +
*PRI) (firstname.lastname@example.org *PRI) +
DSTD(‘Test system save’) LONGMSG(‘Test +
system save of programmer & Test +
Libraries is starting. Make sure you +
have a tape in TAP02.’) SUBJECT(‘Test +
Position to . . . . .
Type options, press Enter.
2=Send queue 3=Hold queue 5=Work with queue entries
6=Release queue 7=Reroute queue
Queue —–Send Time—— -Queue Depth-
Opt Queue Name Priority From To Force Send Current Status
QSMTPQ Normal : – : : 1 0 Not-Rdy
QSMTPQ High : – : : 1 0 Not-Rdy
F3=Exit F5=Refresh F10=Configure distribution queues
I have the status as Not-Rdy. It needs to be configured. Can you please give me the steps to configure the DST Queue
yes have the same in my server too. plz help us….
Do you have a directory entry for each DSTQ? WRKDIRE is the command
Two of mine in WRKDIRE:
*ANY CLIENT Object Distribution to FNFIS S1015971
*ANY DEVELOP Object Distribution to FNFIS DEVELOP
Make sure you have the user in the Directory Entries, the user that is running the command & the user you are sending to.
I have the status as Not-Rdy.
The purpose of a *DSTQ (distribution queue) is to queue distributions for SNA/DS (SNA distribution services). In this case, QSMTPQ is used to transfer distributions between SNA/DS and the SMTP server. If you don’t use SNA/DS, then the status of this *DSTQ isn’t relevant.
The most common use is through the SNDDST (Send Distribution) command.
In order to use it, SNA/DS must be configured first. If all you want to do is send/receive SMTP e-mail, then SNA/DS doesn’t need to be used at all.
Most likely, the ‘Not-rdy’ status is because the QSNADS subsystem hasn’t been started yet. That’s where the jobs that do all the work of shuttling stuff between SNA/DS and SMTP is done. If you leave SNA/DS out of it, you can avoid the need for subsystem QSNADS.