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imqkeytool(1M)						  System Administration Commands					    imqkeytool(1M)

NAME
imqkeytool - generate a self-signed certificate for secure communication SYNOPSIS
/usr/bin/imqkeytool [-broker] [-servlet keystore_location] /usr/bin/imqkeytool -h DESCRIPTION
The imqkeytool utility generates a self-signed certificate for secure communication. The certificate can be used by a broker instance to establish a secure connection with a client, or by a Message Queue-supplied HTTPS servlet to establish a secure connection with a broker instance. An HTTPS servlet is an SSL-enabled varient of the HyperText Transfer Protocol that establishes a secure connection with a broker instance. Without an option, imqkeytool generates a self-signed certificate for a broker instance. imqkeytool uses command line options to specify whether the certificate is used by a broker instance or by a servlet. OPTIONS
The following options are supported: -broker Generate a self-signed certificate for the broker and places it in the Message Queue keystore. All broker instances running on a system must use the same certificate. -h Display usage help. Do not execute anything else on the command line. -servlet keystore_location Generate a self-signed certificate for an HTTPS servlet and places it in keystore_location. keystore_location refers to the location of the keystore. You should move this keystore to a location where it is accessible and read- able by the Message Queue HTTPS servlet to establish a secure connection with a broker. ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
The following environment variables affect the execution of this command: IMQ_JAVAHOME Specify the Java 2 compatible runtime. When this environment variable is not set it defaults to /usr/j2se. EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned: 0 Successful completion. >0 An error occurred. FILES
/etc/imq/keystore Contains Message Queue keystore in which imqkeytool stores a self-signed certificate for brokers. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWiqu | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
imqadmin(1M), imqbrokerd(1M), imqcmd(1M), imqdbmgr(1M), imqobjmgr(1M), imqusermgr(1M), attributes(5) Sun Java System Message Queue Administrator's Guide SunOS 5.10 11 Mar 2004 imqkeytool(1M)

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imqdbmgr(1M)						  System Administration Commands					      imqdbmgr(1M)

NAME
imqdbmgr - manage a plugged-in JDBC-compliant Message Queue data store SYNOPSIS
/usr/bin/imqdbmgr subcommand argument [ [option...]] /usr/bin/imqdbmgr -h | -help /usr/bin/imqdbmgr -v | -version DESCRIPTION
The imqdbmgr utility creates and manages a Java DataBase Connectivity (JDBC) compliant database used for Message Queue persistent storage. The database can be either embedded or external. To use a JDBC-compliant database (and the imdbmgr utility), you need to first set a number of JDBC-related properties in the broker instance configuration file. See the Sun Java System Message Queue Administrator's Guide for addi- tional information. imqdbmgr supports four management subcommands. These subcommands, and their corresponding arguments and options follow the imqdbmgr command on the command line. See USAGE and OPTIONS. The following subcommands are supported: create Create a Message Queue database schema. delete Delete Message Queue database tables in the current data store. recreate Delete Message Queue database tables and recreate Message Queue database schema in the curent data store. reset Reset the database table lock to allow other processes to access database tables. The imqdbmgr subcommands support the following arguments: all Indicates the subcommand applies to the data store, as well as the database tables. lck Indicates the subcommand applies to the database table lock. oldtbl Indicates the subcommand applies to an older version of the database tables. tbl Indicates the subcommand applies to the database tables only. OPTIONS
The following options are supported: -b brokerName Specify the broker instance name and corresponding instance configuration properties. If this option is not specified, the default broker instance is assumed. Use this option with the create, delete, recreate, or reset subcommands. -D property=value Set system property property to value. Use this option with the create, delete, recreate, or reset subcommands. -h | -help Display usage help. Execute nothing else on the command line. -p password Specify the database password. Use this option with the create, delete, recreate, or reset subcommands. -u userName Specify the database user name. Use this option with the create, delete, recreate, or reset subcommands. -v | -version Display version information. Execute nothing else on the command line. USAGE
The following subcommands and associated arguments are supported: create all Create a new embedded data store and Message Queue database schema for a specified or default broker instance. create tbl [-u userName] [-p password] Create Message Queue database schema in an existing data store for a specified or default broker instance. delete tbl [-u userName] [-p password] Delete Message Queue database tables in the current data store for a specified or default broker instance. delete oldtbl [-u userName] [-p password] Delete the earlier version of Message Queue database tables. Used after the data store has been automatically migrated to the current version of Message Queue. recreate tbl [-u userName] [-p password] Delete Message Queue database tables and recreate Message Queue database schema in the current data store for a specified or default broker instance. reset lck Reset the database table lock to allow other processes to access database tables. ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
The following environment variables affect the execution of this command: IMQ_JAVAHOME Specify the Java 2 compatible runtime. When this environment variable is not set it defaults to /usr/j2se. EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned: 0 Successful completion. >0 An error occurred. FILES
/var/imq/instances/brokerName/dbstore Recommended directory in which to create an embedded database. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWiqu | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
imqadmin(1M), imqbrokerd(1M), imqcmd(1M), imqusermgr(1M), imqkeytool(1M), imqobjmgr(1M), attributes(5) Sun Java System Message Queue Administrator's Guide SunOS 5.11 29 Mar 2004 imqdbmgr(1M)

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