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Please introduce authentication events type.It should log both successful and failed authentication events (and the RC /failure reason).Failed authentication events for reasons similar to the associated RFE with id 144377Successful authentication ...
Each ODBC DSN should have a unique and individual connection pool that is independent of the number of message flow instances and the number of nodes within those message flow instances that are referencing the DSN.This independent connection pool...
As detailed in Case number: TS004710317Trying to develop a multi-threaded highly concurrent MQ client application connecting to many hundreds of qmgrs in a short space a time, once an MQCONNX is established to 1 qmgr, using an SCO initialized with...
add getAllKeys to MbGlobalMap class (global cache)
Despite its name (MbGlobalMap) the class is lacking an important feature that most (all?) other map classes provide: returning all keys of the map. See java's HashMap.There are already some other ERs requesting related functionality for the MbGlob...
about 5 years ago
in App Connect
Today some queue level information can be extracted in two ways; either from the SMF Task accounting data (class 3), or by issuing periodic RESET QSTATS and DISPLAY QSTATUS commands and capturing the responses. Knowing the number and type of reque...
Need configurable tuning parameter via qm.ini to suppress TCP/IP bad data FDCs
Our Enterprise MQ Queue Managers have a need to constantly be scanned by security scanning software and certificate managers that frequently create a large number of rrcE_BAD_DATA_RECEIVED FDCs, which in turn fills up the /var/mqm/errors file syst...
Current implementation of DFDL parser doesn't support ICU's "fallback" mapping, whereas MRM parser does.DFDL parser only supports "good one-way" mapping for Unicode -> CCSIDxxx single directional mapping.（Fallback mapping is denoted by a precis...
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