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Pinned topic How to rename/change default FMCQM queue manager

‏2007-06-21T03:11:00Z |

I have a workflow configuration setup on an AIX box.

The queue manager used in this configuration is the default, FMCQM.

Now, we need to change the name of this queue manager(just the name, everything else remains the same) to something else.

What would be the best way to do this with minimum change/effort?

Thank you.
Updated on 2007-06-21T21:40:29Z at 2007-06-21T21:40:29Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: How to rename/change default FMCQM queue manager

    ‏2007-06-21T11:31:39Z  
    Hi,

    I am not aware of an easy way to do what you are loking for.
    If possible, live with the old name or re-start your configuration from
    scratch.
    If not, you can add an additional system to your system group with a new
    QM name.

    Volker Hoss
    IBM WebSphere Process Server Development
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: How to rename/change default FMCQM queue manager

    ‏2007-06-21T21:40:29Z  
    pankaj.gupta@wachovia.com wrote:

    > I have a workflow configuration setup on an AIX box.
    >
    > The queue manager used in this configuration is the default, FMCQM.
    >
    > Now, we need to change the name of this queue manager(just the name, everything else remains the same) to something else.
    >
    > What would be the best way to do this with minimum change/effort?
    >
    > Thank you.

    I can't describe the way in a step-by-step instruction
    (only for money *eg*)

    But think: Yust take a look where this name is used and change it
    everywhere you found it. But system must be down for it!

    Some locations:

    a) mqm.ini / ini-files at all which define default queue-manager name
    b) fmcdb => Workflow Database which include Queue Manager name
    c) somewhere else ( look into /var/mqm /var/fmc and so on)

    As I remember correct this is more or less documented in official
    documentation of IBM. So you just have to read and learn.

    Take a test environment, restore your system and learn.

    If you like to share your expirience after this you can write about it here.