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You can use this monitor to display the individual recorded LDQ units.

The units are stored on the database until they are processed. You can use the monitor to trace the state of the unit, from when it is first recorded until it has been processed.

LDQ is a functional alternative to the qRFC NO SEND scenario.


You can call the LDQ ( Local Data Queue) monitor using the transaction SLDQMON.


The LDQ displays the recorded units. The selection is displayed in a two-part screen.

The left half of the screen shows a hierarchy tree. At the top level there are the different applications. On the next levels down you can find the queue groups, queues, and queue properties.

The right half of the screen shows the list of the units that match the item selected on the left.


Since the monitor is to disturb the unit processing as little as possible it may take a few moments to display the status of a unit. For example, units are deleted once they are processed, and cannot be displayed. This deletion actually occurs in the background, which means that individual units may still be visible, despite having already been deleted.


Activities that refer to the individual units are called in the right half of the screen. Select the row you want and open the context menu. The other activities are performed on the left half of the screen.

You can perform the following activities:

  • Delete queues (menu item Edit -> Delete Queue)

  • Display contents of units (secondary mouse button on Unit -> Details)

Application name

Application where the unit was created


Queue name of the Local Data Queue

Unit ID

Unique ID of a unit

Unit ID Counter

Additional identification for some queues

Format of Application Data

Application data can be saved in character format or binary format

Report Name

Name of report that created the unit

Transaction Code

Transaction that created the unit

Server name

Server where the unit was created

User name

User who created the unit

Language key

Language of the unit

Time stamp

Time stamp when the unit was created