The mqsisetdbparms command is used with an IBM® App Connect Enterprise on-premises system to associate a specific user ID and password with one or more resources that are accessed by an integration server.
In a containerized environment, you do not execute commands against a running integration server,
but instead need to provide configurations that are used during startup of the container. If you
want to run mqsisetdbparms commands with an integration server that is deployed
in a containerized environment, you need to use the
type. This configuration type requires a TXT file that lists one or more
mqsisetdbparms commands to run, with each mqsisetdbparms
command on a separate line.
You can use a single
setdbparms.txt configuration object that contains multiple
commands with your integration server, or multiple
- If you are creating the configuration object by using the Red Hat® OpenShift® web console or CLI, you will need to run a Base64 encoder against your TXT file and use the output as the value of the spec.data parameter in the configuration custom resource. For more information, see Creating a configuration object.
- If you are using the App Connect Dashboard, you can create the configuration object from the Configuration page or while creating the integration server, as described in Configuration types for integration servers.
For more information about this configuration type, see setdbparms.txt type.