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IBM MQ Command to temporarily have MQ reset Sender/Receiver channel sequence numbers
It would be useful to have a command that can turn on a switch that would allow MQ to reset the Sender/Receiver Channel sequence numbers and then turn the switch off.
If there is a scenario where we need to Cold Start an MQ Manager, we would manually have to check the MQ logs to see each sender or receiver channel message and then reset the sequence number so the channels can successfully connect.
In our production environment, we have many MQ regions that have connections to over 20 third parties and many internal distributed MQ Managers. A MQ Cold Start would cause significant application outages until the sequence numbers are reset.
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