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Writing Idempotent MQSC Scripts: The Complete Overview

Writing Idempotent MQSC Scripts: The Complete Overview Introduction “Idempotence, in programming, is a property of an operation such that regardless how many times it has been executed, the final outcome is always the same.” In MQ 9.2.1, all MQSC DELETE commands now feature a...

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IBM MQ, IBM MQ for z/OS and IBM MQ Appliance firmware 9.2.1 Continuous Delivery releases are available

Where can I get IBM MQ 9.2.1 from? What’s new in the MQ 9.2.1 CD release? Can I get a copy of IBM MQ for development purposes? Downloadable resources MQ system requirements and documentation What function has released in previous continuous delivery updates? Remind me how...

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Chat with IBM Expert Labs webcast: Understand MQ deployments on Cloud Pak for Integration

Join us for the next IBM client webcast in the "Chat with IBM Expert Labs" series: "Understand MQ deployments on Cloud Pak for Integration" December 9, 10:00 am ET (60 minutes) Our past sessions were very successful with many clients attending and asking questions of our...

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Chat with IBM Expert Labs webcast: Understand MQ deployments on Cloud Pak for Integration

Join us for the next IBM client webcast in the "Chat with IBM Expert Labs" series: "Understand MQ deployments on Cloud Pak for Integration" December 9, 10:00 am ET (60 minutes) Our past sessions were very successful with many clients attending and asking questions of our...

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MQ Appliance Performance Report - MQ 9.2 on M2002

Author: Sam Massey With the recent release of MQ V9.2, the MQ Appliance Performance report for the M2002 models has been updated. The highlights include: Improved performance of single QM scenarios (HA and Non-HA) Addition of TLS and AMS data to the main report The report features...

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IBM MQ Little Gem #49: Version-to-version compatibility

This is part of a series of small blog posts which will cover some of the smaller, perhaps less likely to be noticed, features of IBM MQ. Read other posts in this series . I asked the team during the recent "IBM MQ: Ask Us Anything" event, what their favourite little feature of IBM MQ was....

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Checking runmqsc Status Codes with Unix Scripting

Checking runmqsc Status Codes with Unix Scripting One of the things that is easy to overlook with Unix scripting is checking the status code of a command. For example, if you use the runmqsc -c (client) command in a script, it is a good idea to check the status code to make sure that the...

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Measuring IBM MQ Distributed API Response Time with Activity Trace

Measuring IBM MQ Distributed API Response Time with Activity Trace If you have the need to find out the MQ application response time for certain MQ API calls (e.g. MQPUT, MQGET, etc.) on a distributed IBM MQ queue manager, a good option is to use the Application Activity Trace. This post...

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TLS 1.3 & Alias CipherSpecs and QMINI dataset support in IBM MQ for z/OS V9.2.0

For some years now, IBM MQ for z/OS has supported the TLS 1.2, TLS 1.0 and SSL 3.0 protocols. To maintain consistency with IBM MQ on distributed platforms, IBM MQ for z/OS V9.2.0 adds support for the TLS 1.3 protocol. TLS 1.3 & Alias CipherSpecs support IBM MQ for z/OS V9.2.0...

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