A QAnywhere client application can send special messages to the server called server management requests. These messages contain content that is formatted as XML and are addressed to the QAnywhere system queue. They require a special authentication string. Server management requests can perform a variety of functions, such as:
Starting and stopping connectors and web services.
Monitoring connector status.
Setting and refreshing client transmission rules.
Monitoring message status.
See Monitoring QAnywhere.
Setting, updating, deleting, and querying client message store properties on the server.
See Canceling messages.
Querying for active clients, message store properties, and messages.
Writing server management requests
Administering the server message store with server management requests
Administering connectors with server management requests
Setting server properties with a server management request
Specifying transmission rules with a server management request
Creating destination aliases with a server management request
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