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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-10-15T19:02:35Z by XIntegration50
XIntegration50
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Pinned topic MQ Persistent connectivity

‏2013-09-26T20:02:37Z |

Hi,

We are using MQ backend for one of our services.  We have provided all reqd properties in the MQ mgr object of DP and the communication is going on fine. MQ client(DP) opens a SVRCONN channel with MQServer and I believe it closes after the communication. Is there a way , where we can make DP to keep this channel open for further communication? something like HTTP persistence .. When i googled, I have learnt about Mesage persistence couldnt find info about channel persistence.

Thanks,

Venkat

  • XIntegration50
    XIntegration50
    108 Posts

    Re: MQ Persistent connectivity

    ‏2013-10-02T16:58:53Z  

    Hi,

    Can somebody please respond to this ?

    Thanks,

    Venkat

  • ted.jump
    ted.jump
    490 Posts

    Re: MQ Persistent connectivity

    ‏2013-10-07T18:54:14Z  

    I'm no super-expert, but check the "Cache Timeout" parameter on your MQ Queue Manager object, on the appliance.

    It seems to be the control you are looking for.

  • XIntegration50
    XIntegration50
    108 Posts

    Re: MQ Persistent connectivity

    ‏2013-10-08T20:21:24Z  
    • ted.jump
    • ‏2013-10-07T18:54:14Z

    I'm no super-expert, but check the "Cache Timeout" parameter on your MQ Queue Manager object, on the appliance.

    It seems to be the control you are looking for.

    thank you Ted

  • NILAY97
    NILAY97
    313 Posts

    Re: MQ Persistent connectivity

    ‏2013-10-12T16:10:30Z  

    thank you Ted

    Venkat,

     

    What is the value set for cache timeput in MQ? Default is an empty string which means that DataPower does not allow the connection to be released. The minimal value is 1.

    If you want the connection to be OPEN, a empty string in cache timeout might just do this for you.

  • XIntegration50
    XIntegration50
    108 Posts

    Re: MQ Persistent connectivity

    ‏2013-10-15T19:02:35Z  
    • NILAY97
    • ‏2013-10-12T16:10:30Z

    Venkat,

     

    What is the value set for cache timeput in MQ? Default is an empty string which means that DataPower does not allow the connection to be released. The minimal value is 1.

    If you want the connection to be OPEN, a empty string in cache timeout might just do this for you.

    I have not set anything this question was raised by one of my colleagues. I got the answer. Thanks for your help