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Currently when issuing the "PING CHL" command MQ will spawn off a separate process even if the channel has MCATYPE(THREAD), the process looks like this: /opt/mqm/bin/amqrcmla -m QMGRNAME -o PING -c CHANNEL.NAME -z 64 Can you make PING channel work...
Many of our topic/subscriber objects are defined on the queue managers instead of being dynamically created by applications. These subscriptions then point to a queue on the same queue manager. When the destination queue has an issue (like it bein...
Problem Statement :
We are upgrading from IBM MQ 7.5 to IBM MQ 9.2 with code written in Delphi Programming language.
Which doing upgrade, following IBM MQ configuration added.
1. Username and Password to connect MQ
2. SSL Certification.
Bank would like to be able to set a limits on FDC, so they would not take up all available space and thus makes whole MQ manager unresponsive. Currently there is no any functionality in MQ, which manage the "expiry", archiving or deletion of FDCs....
Provide source for no longer supported csqorexx procedures and ispf panels
CSQOREXX and related ISPF panels do not support CERTLABL attribute of channel, nor is it taken into account when using the "DEFINE LIKE" function (which is dangerous).I opened a PMR, but was told that CSQOREXX is no longer supported, and new attri...
MQWB0114E: User 'GEN.ESBADMIN1_DEV' is unable to use the 'MQWebUser' role because the principal name is longer than 12 characters.
IBM MQ REST API call not allowing user id greater than 12 characters.. what is the reason behind this restriction on REST API ( MQ Web Admin ) call only? when service account is accepting greater than 12 character why this restriction on MQ Web? i...
Please make the AMQ_NO_BAD_COMMS_DATA_FDCS available in HP NonStop MQ environment
Like other platforms HP NonStop needs the flexibility on how it manages it's env and so should have the same options as other platforms. For us this variable will help us manage the FDC noise from our company scanning.
Provide an option to decouple IBM MQ on Unix/Linux from the mqm user and mqm group and setuid/setgid binaries
IBM MQ v9.2 provides a unzippable version of MQ that no longer requires the mqm user and mqm group or setuid/setgid binaries. This unzippable install is only supported on containers and is also only being maintained in the CD release. Please provi...
Existing Application Performance Management (APM) tools, and emerging W3C standards for Distributed Tracing require propagation of tracking meta data across application protocols. For applications using HTTP as the communication protocol between a...
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