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Be able to restrict the Windows local Administrators group for having MQ rights equal to mqm
By default an IBM MQ installation on Windows grants the mqm AND the local Administrators group a maximum set of rights on MQ. Just like on Linux/Unix the root rights are seperated from mqm rights and vice versa (So root can't administer mqm, and m...
Add QREMOTE and XMITQ functionality to the Streaming Queues feature
There has been a business request to retain copies of outbound messages without involving application development. As we are using MQ Appliances exit code is not permitted. All outbound messages are put to Remote Queues and transmitted to our cust...
Currently it's possible to set the process priority through the runnscnf utility, but only for the cache manager, cache manager supervisor and the set signal manager. The rest of the MQ processes (particularly some of the heavily used ones like th...
Provide and error message when queue manager's volume is full
We recently had an issue on the MQ Appliance where a queue manager shut down and would not restart. The error message displayed when trying to start the queue manager was; AMQ6162E: An error has occurred reading an INI file. We had to open a case ...
Topic subscriptions to collect application activity trace on z/OS
For auditing purposes and for technical analyses of application activity
we collect application activity tracing information in MQ on Multiplatforms.
One can create subscriptions to specific topics to collect application activity trace data from ...
We are running EUS version of MQ on CP4I 2020.4.1 (Common services Operator version is 3.6.5) on Openshift 4.6.42 on Azure cloud.We require a way to configure Read-only access to MQ Console which seem to be missing. The login is facilitated by com...
MQ admin REST API: Add an endpoint to get Queues status
Hi, we use the mq admin rest api to get status of ours Qmanagers, getting the qstatus is realy important for us but we can only get it by a a qmgr action post as runmqsc witch return a text output. So it would be nice to a add a new endpoint Queue...
Enabling the MQ Appliance Floating IP to assume (resolve) a secondary address after the execution of 'makedrsecondary' command.
In the event of Disaster Recovery, application are unable to put messages to the queue manager at the recovery site using the floating IP. The HA floating IP is only shared by the main data center's HA pair, and upon recovery the static IP of the...
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