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Figure 6-8 Getting Started - Create Q Capture Control Tables Wizard
We selected the Typical setting and clicked Next to display Figure 6-9, where
the Q Capture server details are specified.
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Figure 6-9 Server - Create Q Capture Control Tables Wizard
Click the ... tab to display the list of available servers, as shown in Figure 6-10.
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Figure 6-10 Select a Server
Select the STOCK_E database alias on Jamesbay as the database server for Q
Capture, and click OK to display Figure 6-11 for providing Q Capture details.
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Figure 6-11 Q Capture server and schema details
Supply the Q Capture user ID and password qrepladm/xxx (reference A.7b in
Table 6-2 on page 550) and Q Capture schema PEER1 (reference A.22 in
Table 6-3 on page 552), and select the Create both Q Capture and Q Apply
control tables on this server option.
Click Next to display Figure 6-12 for specifying WebSphere MQ objects.
Step 6c: Specify WebSphere MQ objects
Supply WebSphere MQ queues for this server. This includes the Queue Manager
QM_PEER1 (reference A.11 in Table 6-3 on page 552), Administration queue
PEER1_ADMINQ (reference A.17 in Table 6-3 on page 552), and Restart queue
PEER1_RESTARTQ (reference A.16 in Table 6-3 on page 552).
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Figure 6-12 Q information for Q Capture server
Click Next to continue to Figure 6-13, which summarizes the information
provided in the previous screens.

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