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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Aug 9, 2022

Persist LGETDATE LGETTIME LPUTDATE LPUTTIME between queue manager reboots

This is useful info that I can't see a reason to not persist among queue manager reboots.

Idea priority Medium
  • Admin
    Mark Taylor
    Sep 6, 2022

    While we can see value in doing this, it is not likely to be high enough priority to implement over the next couple of years. Therefore this item is being declined.

48 MERGED

Add a queue attribute and a channel attribute for last date those objects were used.

Merged
An attribute for queues that simply recorded the last time a queue was Read(GET) from and Written To(PUT) that persists a Qmgr bounce.. Also, the same thing for channels, as well. If there was a similar attribute for channels that stated last time...
over 9 years ago in MQ, MQ Advanced & MQ Appliance 4 Not under consideration