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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...
Provide topic or subscribtion option to duplicate msg id
When messages are published to a topic, either via a direct publish, or by putting the messages to a qalias with targtype(topic) a message id is assigned. When the message is delivered to any subscriber, a different msg id appears on the message. ...
Per PMR 36495,082,000: XSLT 2.0 is supported in IIB version 9. However it is not supported by the XSL transform node. XPATH 2.0 can only be used with the mapping node. Every other node that uses XPATH only supports XPATH 1.0. If the customer want...
Functionality exists to access the global cache from Java within IIBv9, and from a graphical map within IIBv10. While it's possible to create Java functions and access them from within ESQL, this still requires a level of Java knowledge and is not...
Restrict both incoming and outgoing to only accept allowed protocols
Objective: Disable restricted protocols for incoming and outgoing calls to IIB Problem: We need to disable TLSv1.0 (or for future cases, adminstratively disable lower/restricted protocols) for both incoming and outgoing IIB traffic. We changed jav...
Show the correct userid in the error logs when a authentication error occurs
With channel security enabled you have to allow the userid to interact with the QueueManager.The userid used in the “SET AUTHREC” command is case sensitive.The Problem is, when a client is connecting to a QueueManager with a userid that has upper ...
Add a queue attribute and a channel attribute for last date those objects were used.
An attribute for queues that simply recorded the last time a queue was Read(GET) from and Written To(PUT) that persists a Qmgr bounce.. Also, the same thing for channels, as well. If there was a similar attribute for channels that stated last time...
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