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When using the MQADMIN TSO interface, make possible to list queues by specifying a character indicating a generic char in the middle or at the end of the queue name.
We often need to list queues using a generic name using the MQADM TSO/ISPF intarface. We know that it is possible to use the * character (as generic char) at the end of the name to list all the queues with a certain prefix, or use only the * chara...
Routine implementation to check the existence of CF Structure to be used when defining or changing a shared queue.
When defining or changing a shared queue, it is necessary to inform the name of CF Structure to be used. On some occasions there were problems when the application tried to open this queue because the CF structure does not exist. This problem occu...
A new crtmqm option should be available to remove the default authorities set on the queue manager data and log directories.
When queue managers are created the default access permission's set to the queue manager directories will include access to the administrators group, mqm group and SYSTEM id. However, if the queue manager data is created on a shared network locati...
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