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Status Under review
Created by Guest
Created on Nov 26, 2021

MQMFT Operator in CP4I

CP4I MQ Advance operator don't support MQMFT binaries which is used by many clients including us.

Based on following work, could you include this feature as part of official CP4I offerings.

Idea priority Urgent
Why is it useful?

We wanted the MQMFT agent support to be included in Cp4I as we are using close to hundreds of agents for our critical business works. Having it supported directly through IBM support would help defining the SLAs and giving client confidence.

  • Guest
    Dec 3, 2021

    Thanks for raising this - moved to the MQ ideas list so that it can be appropriately prioritised.