- WebSphere MQ Messages Disappear From Queue – stackoverflow.com
- Reusing Existing Xquery files in IIB – stackoverflow.com
- ClassCastException: javax.naming.Reference cannot be cast to javax.jms.ConnectionFactory when configuring IBM MQ as Flume JMS Source – stackoverflow.com
- The operation 'setBrokerPubQ()' is not valid for type 'com.ibm.mq.jms.MQQueueConnectionFactory' – stackoverflow.com
- SpringBoot IBM MQ without user authentication – stackoverflow.com
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The title of my last post, Client-based runmqsc gotcha, was a bit of a misnomer. Although I stumbled onto it using runmqsc client, the root cause of the issue really lies with the Command Server. That means anything that drives … Continue reading
Every now and then we hear that a cipher algorithm has fallen to a new cracking technique. This cascades into a new round of deprecating any ciphersuites that rely on the newly cracked algorithms. Over the years we’ve moved from … Continue reading
After I tweeted a link to an IBM blog post on how to start and stop IBM MQ using systemd, an IBMer responded to say “it surprised me to hear that some #IBMMQ customers have to manually restart their QMs … Continue reading
The theme of my sessions at this year’s MQTC (and hopefully also at IBM Think if they are accepted) is cloud and virtualization, if you are reading the abstracts. If you come to the session you find it’s really about … Continue reading
My two sessions from this year’s MQTC are posted: MQ Automation: Config Management Using Baselines, Patterns and Apps Take the grunt work out of MQ configuration management for virtualization, cloud, and large networks by applying a layered approach. This session … Continue reading
Keen-eyed observers will have noticed that the MQ and IIB Knowledge Centers now have a floating “Contact Us” overlay at the bottom-right of the page. There’s a bit of history there but long story short, for a while there was … Continue reading
This is a quick note to tell folks a bit about my virtual absence of late, current events and plans for what’s coming up. Whatever happened to… I’m not exactly a candidate for VH1’s Where Are They Now but I … Continue reading
…we are back up at the new web hosting service, Site5!
My sessions and downloadable scripts from MQTC 2.0.15 are now up on the Links page.