Could it be that the Q-Capture program is either a native MQ Java or managed .NET/XMS application?
These 2 API do not support reconnect feature as described in
for reasons I do not understand.
I experimented with a single qmgr using endmqm –ri (specifically the –r option is important) or interrupting the communication simulating it
with iptables on Linux.
The client was as JMS application where I did set the reconnect options in the jndi bindings file.
Bringing down the qmgr, interrupting the traffic or even killing -9 the qmgr did not bring down the client (even when the traffic was SSL encrypted).
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Sent: Mittwoch, 20. Juni 2012 18:15
Subject: Re: Automatic Client Reconnection
I have been experimenting with my multi-instance queue manager to see if I can get any WMQ client apllication to reconenct when I do a failover.
The IBM sample amqsphac works fine. I am trying to get IBM’s Queue Replicator product to (Q-Capture) to reconnect but it keeps dying on the ‘2009’.
Both the Mqserver and client are running on WMQ 184.108.40.206.
I have tried setting the mqclient.ini (DefRecon=YES).
The CCDT has both the active and standy IP address of the servers and this part works fine. It can conenct to either IP address.
I have tried using the amqsputc but this dies with the ‘2009’ too.
What am I missing something here?
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