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MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance

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JDK 17 (LTS) Support for IBM MQ Java clients

On 2021-09-14 the new long-term-support version of Java has been released. The newest IBM MQ 9.2 Java client should support this JDK 17 to allow applications to update to the latest LTS version.
over 2 years ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 2 Future consideration

Document JVM environment variable

Since IBM has hidden the fact that an MQGET for Java/JMS will actually use an initial buffer of 4KB and if the message is larger then it does (1) re-allocates the buffer size to the new larger size and (2) issues another MQGET to retrieve the mess...
over 4 years ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 1 Not under consideration

Automatically rebuild XCF structure for QSG QMGR

System: IBM MQ for z/OS QueueSharingGroupActor: Create XCF structure for this QSG if missing Description: If a QSG is moved to a recovery site, not all parts of the primary site are moved. If the couple data sets are missing, the recovered z/OS do...
over 5 years ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 1 Not under consideration

Resubmitting backed-out messages

BOQNAME and BOTHRESH attributes of a local queue are incomplete solution to the problem discussed as early as for example this: further BO attribute(s) to the queue that will control qmgr beh...
over 5 years ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 4 Not under consideration

DRBD - TCP Encryption

DRBD as supplied with MQ 9 does not offer the capability of encrypting replicated block data across TCP between nodes. DRBD should offer this capability out of the box rather than solutions engineered on top.
about 6 years ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 2 Future consideration

Relaxing the DB2 dependency for starting shared channels

Shared channels of a queue sharing group remain in a retry status because there were problems (locked pages) with the corresponding DB2 system holding the shared channel status table. The problem is described in detail in PMR 10816,035,724. Sugges...
over 9 years ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 2 Future consideration

MQSC console via webui

We regularly use the MQ web interface, but sometimes we need to enter in the machines for put commands through runmqsc, it would help us a lot if we could have a console integrated in the webui, to launch commands MQSC to local and remote managers.
7 months ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 1 Future consideration

Add a function on the Mainframe MQ MQS application to include display of MQ Parms

Currently if you lose your source for MQ Parms, it is a very manual and laborious process to recode them. Then assemble and link them It would be helpful if the MQS ISPF application in z/OS had a function to 1) display the current parms for the MQ...
about 1 year ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 1 Not under consideration

Application Transaction Tracing through MQ Appliance

This is critical to give customers using MQ appliance the ability to have end-to-end observability for their application stacks. Currently, customers cannot trace transactions through the appliance, creating a 'black box' scenario. This is a sever...
over 1 year ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 0 Future consideration

Distributed IBM MQ support Linux hostname change while queue manager is running

On Linux, if a hostname change is made (e.g. changing the hostname by running a command like "hostname server1x" under root) while the queue manager is running, the queue manager immediately becomes unstable (e.g. dspmq returns Status not availabl...
about 2 years ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 6 Functionality already exists