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Status Future consideration
Workspace App Connect
Created by Guest
Created on May 11, 2022

Possibility to choose a MQ Policy for Timeout nodes & Co

Currently, it is only possible to use the default remote Queue Manager. https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/app-connect/12.0?topic=nodes-timeoutcontrol-node


I would like to be able to choose my MQ Policy at the design time or during the deploy, as MQ Nodes

Idea priority Medium
  • Admin
    Ben Thompson
    May 11, 2022

    RFE Review. Thank you for taking the time to submit this idea for enhancement. As highlighted, it is possible to direct the Timeout nodes to use a remote queue manager through changing the default remote queue manager setting in the server.conf.yaml file. A new setting in the Timeout policy itself, or via a pointer from a Timeout policy to an MQEndpoint policy, would enable this configuration to be become more dynamic (changeable through policy redeploy rather than through server restart). Status of the suggestion is updated to Future Consideration.