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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Jul 19, 2021

Add return code support to amqmjpse ("IBM MQ Wizard")

Add support for interpret-able return codes to the caller of amqmjpse ("IBM MQ Wizard"). At present, no error code is returned.

Idea priority Medium
  • Admin
    Mark Taylor
    Sep 7, 2021

    We recognise that this is a valid requirement and we will consider it if future updates ever need to be made to the wizard. However it is unlikely to be something that is high enough priority to be explicitly implemented in the next couple of years. Therefore we are declining this Idea. One suggestion is to monitor the output of the wizard (eg using 'grep') as it does print a success message when successful.