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bruce2359
PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2018 8:43 am Post subject: Reply with quote

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We applaud your interest in MQ internals. Most of us are equally curious.

I'd like to suggest that you begin you inquiries by first searching google. Google is your friend, and is available 24 hours per day.

In this example, a search for something like 'mq+inetd vs runmqlsr' would have answered some of your questions. Next visit, you might post what you have learned on your own - to share with others.
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Vitor
PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2018 8:47 am Post subject: Reply with quote

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Mangesh1187 wrote:
[Just curious about MQ internals. I like to learn & hence explore more about how MQ works internally , beside my regular administration duties.


Just be aware that things change over time (clearly not as much as I thought!) so judge the value of information in the frame of how old it is.

Also be cautious exploiting this knowledge. Exploiting the internal function of the software not only makes your solution vulnerable to changes between versions, but can affect the running of the queue manager.

Mangesh1187 wrote:
This forum is great place where I get feedback from great MQ experts.


I give feedback too
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mvic
PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2018 12:43 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

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Vitor wrote:
Just be aware that things change over time (clearly not as much as I thought!)

About 3 years ago I had some basic programmer education on z/OS.
The instructor loved to joke about option x.y being added to the menus "relatively recently", hence had not been much adopted by the users yet.
"Relatively recently" meant 1986.
Cue laughter in the classroom.
Why use new features on a system that's "just working".
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gbaddeley
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mvic wrote:
About 3 years ago I had some basic programmer education on z/OS.
The instructor loved to joke about option x.y being added to the menus "relatively recently", hence had not been much adopted by the users yet.
"Relatively recently" meant 1986.
Cue laughter in the classroom.
Why use new features on a system that's "just working".

Some new features seem to take a long time to adopt and work their way into new designs or re-designs, no matter how much value they could add. Eg. MQ internal pub/sub engine introduced in V7.0. We don't have any business apps that use it. Horses for courses I guess.
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