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Verify queue deletion operation in WebSphere MQ.

Delete local queue – DELETE command

Delete the local queue QL.A on the runmqsc command interface (error case).

Delete ql (QL.A)
1: delete ql (QL.A)
AMQ 8143: WebSphere MQ queue not empty.

In the case of
Delete ql (QL.A)
1: delete ql (QL.A)
AMQ 8143: WebSphere MQ queue not empty.

Message that QL.A has a message that it can not be deleted. Empty the message in QL.A with the CLEAR command and delete again.

Clear ql (QL.A)
2: clear ql (QL.A)
AMQ 8022: WebSphere MQ queue cleared.
Delete ql (QL.A)
3: delete ql (QL.A)
AMQ 800: WebSphere MQ queue deleted.
In the case of
Clear ql (QL.A)
2: clear ql (QL.A)
AMQ 8022: WebSphere MQ queue cleared.
Delete ql (QL.A)
3: delete ql (QL.A)
AMQ 800: WebSphere MQ queue deleted.

By adding the purge option of the delete command, even if a message is in the queue, it can be deleted as it is.

Dis ql (QL.B) curdepth
1: dis ql (QL.B) curdepth
AMQ 8409: Display Queue details.
QUEUE (QL.B) TYPE (QLOCAL)
CURDEPTH (1)
Delete ql (QL.B) purge
2: delete ql (QL.B) purge
AMQ 800: WebSphere MQ queue deleted.

In the case of
Dis ql (QL.B) curdepth
1: dis ql (QL.B) curdepth
AMQ 8409: Display Queue details.
QUEUE (QL.B) TYPE (QLOCAL)
CURDEPTH (1)
Delete ql (QL.B) purge
2: delete ql (QL.B) purge
AMQ 800: WebSphere MQ queue deleted.

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