Websphere Wednesday, 2017-08-16

The weekly Websphere Wednesday. A collection of WebSphere topics on mainly WebSphere MQ and WebSphere Message Broker.

IBM Forum Threads on WebSphere MQ

Description: Latest threads from IBM's MQ related forums.

db2 mq

URL: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/forums/html/topic?id=c033a847-2d38-403a-a770-7c84e8e2cfc4&ps=25
installed db2 V11 and MQ V8 server on same machine linux 64 reading the doc (very limited) I can see AMT_DATA_PATH has to be set and pointed to db2envlist but it does not state what amt_data_path should point to I tried the installdir of mq and also installdir/lib64 but always getting the same error in db2 : libmq.so not found, although present in installdir/lib64 is there any ld_library_p ...Read more

MQSeries.net Forum Threads On WebSphere MQ

Description: Various WebSphere MQ related forum threads from MQSeries.net.

How Not to display SYSTEM objects in MQSC output?

URL: http://www.mqseries.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=74380&sid=41dbcda22b34d664c9de081ce209540a
Is there a way, I can hide (not display) the "SYSTEM" objects (e.g. Queues/Channels) etc when running "mqsc" command or when taking the output of dmpmqcfg command. _________________ Dreams are not something which you watch when you are asleep,it is something which doesn't let you sleep. ...Read more

How to use dspmqaut to display all the permissio

URL: http://www.mqseries.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=74384&sid=41dbcda22b34d664c9de081ce209540a
Hi All, How can I use dspmqaut to display all users/groups who has permission on a queue. I tried the following command to list the users/groups which has permission on Q but I got the syntax error, is anyone knows what could be the correct way. dspmqaut -m London1 -n LATEST.TXN.INFO.QUEUE -t q _________________ Dreams are not something which you watch when you are asleep,it is somet ...Read more

MQ LINUX leftover IPC resources

URL: http://www.mqseries.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=74369&sid=41dbcda22b34d664c9de081ce209540a
Hi, we have 2 queue managers on our LINUX server and we have stopped both of them using normal "endmqm" command, we have also stopped listener using endmqlsr command, after that we ran the command amqiclen to clean up IPC resources and I am still seeing some IPC resources. is that should be a cause of concern? Following is the output of command [mqm@hostname bin]$ ipcs -a


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