Allowing user applications to connect to your queue manager
You want to allow user application to connect to your queue manager. Use the tables in this topic to determine what actions to take.
If none of the applications that will connect to your queue manager are client applications, disable remote access as described in Disabling remote access to the queue manager.
If one or more of the applications that will connect to your queue manager are client applications, secure remote connectivity as described in Securing remote connectivity to the queue manager.
In both cases, set up connection security as described in Setting up connection security
If you want to control access to resources for each user connecting to the queue manager, see the following table. If the statement in the first column is true, take the action listed in the second column.
|Statement||Take this action|
|You have applications that make use of queues||See Controlling user access to queues|
|You have applications that make use of topics||See Controlling user access to topics.|
|You have applications that inquire on the queue manager object||See Granting authority to inquire on a queue manager.|
|You have applications that use process objects||See Granting authority to access processes|
|You have applications that make use of namelists||See Granting authority to access namelists|