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We recognise that this is a valid requirement. However it doesn't fit with our delivery plans for the next couple of years.
As a result we are declining this Idea. While declined the Idea can still be voted, and commented, upon.
For reference the email discuss detailing the trace can be found here:
From Tim Zielke:
08:55:46.388632 5073.1679 RSESS:00067d 0x0000: 5453484d 00000180 00000001 00000000 |TSHM............|
08:55:46.388632 5073.1679 RSESS:00067d 0x0010: 02913000 00000000 00000000 22020000 |..0........."...|
08:55:46.388632 5073.1679 RSESS:00067d 0x0020: b8040000 00000178 02000000 0a080000 |.......x.... ...|
08:55:46.388632 5073.1679 RSESS:00067d 0x0030: 00000000 4d4f4e4b 45592020 20202020 |....MONKEY |
This is data that the queue manager is sending back to the client. At offset 0x002c, there is the hex data 0a08000. That is 2058 in little endian. This trace was run on Linux x86 (little endian processor).
I agree this would be a nice EVENT as well as a queue manager AMQERRxx.LOG type message. I have run into many problems where the client app had a typo or some such in the queue manager name, this would have helped to shorten the problem determination time.
This declined RFE has come up for reconsideration and I am resubmitting it. A detailed trace on the MQ Server does show the MQ Queue Manager recognizing an incorrect QM Name being provided and the 2058 MQRC being produced by the Queue Manager, at which point it would be very helpful to also have a new Event Message generated capturing the details of the MQRC 2058. The MQRC 2058 is shown in its reversed hexadecimal representation in the trace - it will not be obvious like a bad queue name on an MQOPEN call, which shows up in plain English in the trace.
Interesting details would be the actual QM name, the QM name the application supplied but was rejected with a MQRC 2058 by the queue manager, for MQ Clients, the source IP address and MQ SVRCONN channel, etc.