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It will be great to have MQ Web Console do monitoring & notification of the common events such as Queue Manager stopped, High queue depth warning, Queue full alert etc. There should be a provision for email or text based notification when the event occurs.
Say, queue named Q_TEST has max depth of 5000. The alert will be generated when the queue is 80% or more full. The notification process will email / text the corresponding team / person for necessary actions.
Similarly, it should work for events like queue full, queue manager stopped etc.
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