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We are facing some problems with respect to IBM MQs.

We have the IBM MQ Server setup in Linux boxes and the IBM MQ Client is setup in Windows boxes. We want to grab the messages from the MQ Server queues (remote queue) which are in Linux box from the Windows box. We have created a local queue on the Windows box which has the client software installed and we are also able to see the messages. But the C# code to get the messages from the local queue on Windows box is giving the following error “Unable to find an entry point named 'xtr_getTraceStatus' in DLL 'amqxcs2.dll'”.
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It sounds like your problem is with the MQ library file and it's exposed functions. You might be able to get help on them at:

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/forums/index.html
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