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Implement EXPRYINT on distributed platforms

On z/OS it is possible to set this QM attribute to manage the expiration scan. Due to it being an attribute, it can easily be viewed and modified through runmqsc and even PCF. On distributed platforms, the alternative is setting it through the qm....
about 1 month ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 1 Not under consideration

Include TimeZone Files in MQ images and ability to change it

Modify timezone on MQ container
over 1 year ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 1 Not under consideration

Have the Queue Manager produce a read only message showing all the parameters its running with

A queue manager gets many of its characteristics from the qm.ini file. Environment variables set for the mqm ID also dictate how the Queue Manager behaves. Currently there is no way for an MQ Admin to know what all these values are with an MQ Clie...
over 8 years ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 8 Future consideration

MQ z/OS SMF data should contain client version info

SMF data (115/116) should contain the client version of the connecting client. The SVRCONN client version is currently available (RVERSION) when issuing the MQ z/OS command DISPLAY CHSTATUS.
over 1 year ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 3 Not under consideration

MQ Web UI enhacements

The MQ Web Use Interface seems to be the future (or the present) hope of IBM to manage QMs in a central platform.As an MQ Administrator I find this tool enough good. But in our world, operation team have to administrate a day-to-day of basic MQ ac...
over 2 years ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 1 Future consideration

To expand API for MQ or the messaging REST API

To expand API for MQ or the messaging REST API to include functionality to allow for getting IBM MQ accounting / statistics / event / audit messages from their various queues, formatting them, and then returning them as a JSON . This would allow f...
about 1 year ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 6 Not under consideration

refresh security reconnect

REFRESH SECURITY(*) TYPE(SSL) lacks the option equivalent to endmqm -r to indicate that clients should start a reconnect sequence when security is refreshed.In other words, reconnectable MQ clients do not try to reconnect when "refresh security(*)...
over 3 years ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 6 Future consideration

Make MQ Native HA available in Linux installations

Native HA offers a high availability solution that is dependent on neither shared filesystems nor 3rd party libraries & kernel modules. Removing the dependency on container technology makes it more accessible to users.
about 1 year ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 1 Future consideration

IBM MQ V9 RDQM support for zLinux

IBM MQ Adv 9.0.4 provides support for RDQM on x86 Linux (RH). Please extend/test this support for zLinux RH/Suse if those platforms provide the pre-req DBRD and Pacemaker support.
over 4 years ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 1 Future consideration

IBM MQ LTS Backward Compatibility PTFs

When applying MQ LTS maintenance or upgrade, we need to be able to go back to the previous level or version by applying a PTF to be backward compatible. Currently, if we have an issue, we would need to Cold Start the MQ Manager which can be proble...
over 1 year ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 3 Future consideration