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MQ on Distributed

  • Additional RFH header added by “AppDynamics monitor agent” Tool 10 July 2018
    AppDynamics Monitor Agent tool adds additional RFH header to MQ message before putting the message onto the queue. Because of this additional RFH header IBM MQ .NET Clients may report MQRC_HEADER_ERROR (MQRC 2142) while parsing the message.Following is the sample RFH header which gets added into MQMessage. RFH ….x…”…3…MQSTR ……..P…notxdetect =True The RFH2 [… […]
    Ram Subbarao
  • Why the MQ REST API needs CSRF protection 3 July 2018
    As we see more users try out the MQ REST API there have been a number of queries about its CSRF (Cross-Site Request Forgery) protection, and why it is needed. Often this is because customers have tried to use the MQ REST API and been prevented from doing so with an error like: "MQWB0100E: The […] […]
    MattLeming

MQ Appliance

MQ on z/OS

  • Configuring a queue manager to report as MQ Advanced for z/OS VUE 9 July 2018
    As a number of users are now upgrading to MQ Advanced for z/OS VUE, I often get asked how a queue manager is configured to report itself as Advanced VUE in SMF89 (product utilisation) records. The steps to configure an installation to report itself as MQ Advanced for z/OS VUE are documented in the Knowledge […] […]
    sunleym
  • Configuring a queue manager to report as MQ Advanced for z/OS VUE 9 July 2018
    As a number of users are now upgrading to MQ Advanced for z/OS VUE, I often get asked how a queue manager is configured to report itself as Advanced VUE in SMF89 (product utilisation) records. The steps to configure an installation to report itself as MQ Advanced for z/OS VUE are documented in the Knowledge […] […]
    sunleym

MQ on Cloud

  • Using IBM MQ version 9.0.5 on s390x or Power containers. 28 June 2018
    We are pleased to announce that we have now published sample IBM MQ version 9.0.5 Docker containers for z/Linux and Power little endian platforms. These images are available pre-built on Docker Hub or, alternatively, you can build your own versions of these images using the make files available on the ibm-messaging/mq-container GitHub repository. How do […] […]
    RobParker
  • Secure, Reliable communication in a multi-cloud deployment using IBM MQ 17 May 2018
    A client’s adoption of the cloud is often viewed as binary, they are either on the cloud, or not. In reality the adoption is gradual, and fragmented due to different priorities within the business. For instance, the central IT team may want to use the cloud as an IaaS provider to allow them to gain […] […]
    Callum Jackson