Does anyone knows if , using MQCLUSTER and the coordination , command and agent queue manager All are cluster members a failover is possible to another coordination or command queue manager?
More over , can the FTE client run with channel table?
NOTICE: developerWorks Community will be offline May 29-30, 2015 while we upgrade to the latest version of IBM Connections. For more information, read our upgrade FAQ.
This topic has been locked.
1 reply Latest Post - 2012-07-24T14:05:43Z by R_Simons
Pinned topic Mq cluster and FTE Topology questions
Answered question This question has been answered.
Unanswered question This question has not been answered yet.
Updated on 2012-07-24T14:05:43Z at 2012-07-24T14:05:43Z by R_Simons
R_Simons 27000167KS11 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Mq cluster and FTE Topology questions2012-07-24T14:05:43Z in response to SystemAdminThis is all documented in the Info Center. FTE fully supports multi-instance QMs for all QM types. But the agent and the associated FTE commands get their connection information from the various properties files, not a channel table. MQ Clusters are fully sopported. FTE command and agents are what is typically referred to as "well behaved MQ application" that is these do nothing the limit or prohibit any sort of WMQ topology. You have to ensure that your topology is appropriate for the messaging traffic and that messages can route between the required endpoints, the queues on the QMs supporting that action. This is also well documented in the Info Center.