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IBM MQ Little Gem #36: Listener Control

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 . Prompted by Colin's blog post I thought I would write up some of the things to think about when choosing how to start...

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IBM MQ Little Gem #35: Grouped subscriptions

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 . You're probably familiar with the basic principals of IBM MQ Publish/Subscribe. An application (or administrator) creates...


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IBM MQ Little Gem #33: Reason Qualifier

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 . IBM MQ has many different "events", that is notifications which it can emit, to tell you about various situations which...


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IBM MQ Little Gem #32: HSTATE

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 . As I've written about before, a common question that is raised on MQ fora is about applications complaining that they...


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IBM MQ Little Gem #30: MQ_CONNECT_TYPE

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 . When the IBM MQ Multi-version install feature was created in MQ V7.1, the mqm libraries became "smart". That is, they...


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IBM MQ Little Gem #29: STOP CHANNEL parameters

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 . No doubt you have used the IBM MQ STOP CHANNEL command many a time, but did you ever notice that there are parameters...


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IBM MQ Little Gem #28: EVENT Switches

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 . IBM MQ has a number of different types of events that can be emitted by the queue manager. Below is a table summarising...


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IBM MQ Little Gem #27: strmqtrc

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 . While I've certainly captured many IBM MQ traces in my time, almost all of them have been taken with the default set of...


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IBM MQ Little Gem #26: Publish Delivery Options

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 . There are a number of attributes that control the way publications are delivered to subscriber queues when delivery fails...


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IBM MQ Little Gem #25: MCAUSER(*)

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 . If you're familiar with the DISPLAY CHSTATUS command, you may have noticed that one of the fields output is the ...