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Created on Apr 8, 2019

Advanced filters for IBM MQ Explorer

IBM MQ Explorer (MS0T) has been used as an administrative tool for MQAs only, but nowadays app supports experts and final users (developers, service owners, NOC operators, etc) need this tool for restricted administrative tasks (e.g. enabling or disabling queues, watch object activity, inquire objects status). There are queue managers hosting several services managed by different IT departments so access for specific objects must be granted depending on the service. MQ Explorer enables objects filters but we are limited to a single object or pattern criteria. In the other hand, AMQ8077 errors are been written to the queue manager log because all objects are retrieved (granted and revoked).

Idea priority Medium
RFE ID 131845
RFE Product IBM MQ
  • Admin
    Mark Taylor
    Jul 1, 2021

    This is now possible by setting "SuppressDspAuthFail=YES" under queue manager "TuningParameters" stanza. It will suppress generating an error message when a user lacks +dsp authority to an object.