Mission:Messaging, Scripted WebSphere MQ key file management for UNIX and Windows

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T.Rob Wyatt

Date archived: February 28, 2017 | First published: June 24, 2009

Although the iKeyman GUI makes interactive key management easy, human-driven processes are time consuming, can be prone to errors, and might not produce consistent results. Scripts address all of these issues. In addition, command line tools provide easy access to advanced options, such as FIPS compatibility and choice of signature algorithm. Whether you have a large deployment or just a few queue managers, when it comes to key management, scripts are the key to quality, consistency, repeatability, and efficiency. This content is part of the IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal.

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