If you have upgraded or are about to upgrade to WebSphere MQ 7.5 – And you have a very high throughput where a large number of messages may reside on a Queue then you may well hit some performance issues. A performance test in an MQ Cluster environment was severely degraded as messages built up.. read more →

WASX7017E: Exception received while running file “C:/scripts/audit-wmq.py”; exception information: com.ibm.ws.scriping.ScriptingException: WASX7080E: Invalid attributes specified for type “MQQueue” — “queueName” This error occurs when you are using AdminConfig to modify an MQQueue in WAS. Problem is you have used the wrong property. When you use AdminTask functions thay often change the names of the properties and.. read more →

11 Aug 2012
August 11, 2012

2082 MQRC_UNKNOWN_ALIAS_BASE_Q

August 11, 2012 WMQ 0 Comment

You attempt to put messages onto a WebSphere MQ cluster alias queue, that has a base queue that is also a cluster alias queue. This second cluster alias queue is hosted on a second cluster queue manager and has a base queue that is a cluster queue in another queue manager. You receive a reason.. read more →

When I was tailing a SystemOut.log for a WebSphere Application Server member on WAS 7 ND,  I found an entry “WMSG1611I: The installed level of the WebSphere MQ messaging provider is 7.0.1.4. ” being displayed when the appreciation server started up and often I have wanted to explain what this means. Well, here it is… read more →