Control whether the DIRECTORY command shows the channel queue directory tree or the queue cache database.
Command Qualifiers Defaults None. None.
typeThe type of view to use: DIRECTORY_TREE or DATABASE
The DIRECTORY command produces its listing by looking at either the actual channel queue directory tree on disk, or by looking at the queue cache database. The VIEW command controls which is used. By default, the view is the channel queue directory tree. Issue the command,
to switch to viewing the queue cache database. The command
qm.maint> VIEW DATABASE qm.maint>
will switch you back to viewing the channel queue directory tree. Issuing the VIEW command without any parameter will restore the default behavior and is thus equivalent to the VIEW DIRECTORY_TREE command.
qm.maint> VIEW DIRECTORY_TREE qm.maint>
31.2.2 TEST/X400: X.400 and Message Router Address and File Testing Utility
PMDF TEST/X400 is a utility for testing address transformations
involving Attribute Value Pair Lists, particularly PMDF-X400 and
PMDF-MR channel address transformations, as well as FAX and MHS channel
address transformations. The utility can also be used to
"dump" X.400 (P1), Message Router (NBS) files, or arbitrary
To invoke PMDF TEST/X400 in its default mode (testing of X.400-1988 addresses), issue the DCL command
$ PMDF TEST/X400
$ PMDF TEST/X400/MB400
$ PMDF TEST/X400/MRIF
Use the EXIT or QUIT command to exit PMDF TEST/X400.
The remainder of this section describes invocation qualifiers and commands accepted by PMDF TEST/X400.