Hi All ,
I want to define MQ queuemanager group name for back-end mq call using dp-url open .
I am looking forward for failover scenario.
when trying with regular MQ url , its not working
when i define
dpmq://QMGR group name /?RequestQueue=queue if qmgr1 is down its just giving 2051 error message but not looking for secondary queue manager
please let me know the syntax .
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5 replies Latest Post - 2013-02-12T06:05:12Z by SystemAdmin
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Updated on 2013-02-12T06:05:12Z at 2013-02-12T06:05:12Z by SystemAdmin
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Re: How to define queuemanager group object dynamically2012-09-24T21:39:41Z in response to GKReddySo the queue manager group will failover if the primary queue manager is down. In this case, the primary queue manager is up, but just the queue is put disabled, thus the error you are seeing. The better approach to this is to have your request queue clustered. Then MQ will do the work load management across the QMs in the cluster and will distribute the requests to the two QMs but will send them all to one QM if the other queue is put disabled.
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Re: How to define queuemanager group object dynamically2013-02-12T06:05:12Z in response to SFBK_Sridhar_PillaHi,
Even i have got a similar king of issue.
There is a queue manager group under which i have a set of 5 q manager. If the primary q manager is down, i need to get the other q manager. How can i do this?
Also i need to know that name of the Q Manager which has been selected. Can somebody please help.