Learn about a special case where the IBM MQ CCDT file might be used when you didn't expect it to be.
In this post we will give a brief overview of Poison Messages, and how the various IBM MQ clients handle them and what you need to do as an application writer.
A poison message is a message which is unable to be processed by a receiving application because the message itself is a problem.
Learn how to check for uncommitted messages on queues in your IBM MQ Queue Manager.
Calling all WebSphere users–that’s right, I’m talking to you. IBM InterConnect is happening once again at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada from March 19-23. Why should you be marking these dates on your calendar? Well, for starters, InterConnect is the premier cloud conferenc
Originally, to use a CCDT in an application, you specified the queue manager name at MQCONN time and that was the only thing used to choose your CCDT entry. These days you can also supply a channel name to be more specific about the entry in the CCDT you want to use.