stcmsctrlutil.exe -qml (Doc ID 1025431.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 25, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Java CAPS - Version 5.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 12-June-2013***

Symptoms

How do you convert or interpret the timestamp that is produced using the stcmsctrlutil.exe -qml option?
Example of the output:
stcmsctrlutil.exe -p 30657 -h camintd5 -ar "/int5/icoe/data/Archive/backup" -qml queueJMSin 13 1
Number Of Messages(s): 1
Message[1]:
Message.SeqNo=13
Message.Timestamp=1179341014551
Journaler.ExpirationTime=1179341314551
Message.Size=2022950
Message.JMSProperty.TS=1179341014369
Message.JMSProperty.CI=Sun-SeeBeyond
Message.JMSProperty.RD=false
Message.JMSProperty.TY=Text
Message.JMSProperty.MI=ID:accfe:112962f3524:626c:92c5039a:1129633c56f:10fe11c7112962f15007f6b
Message.JMSProperty.DN=queueJMSin
Message.JMSProperty.DM=2
Message.JMSProperty.EX=0
Message.JMSProperty.PR=4

Cause

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