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esui
PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2021 5:55 am Post subject: sends message to queue, how to record message id Reply with quote

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System A sends messages to MQ, but system B doesn't consume them. I need to track them.
Is there any good way?
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fjb_saper
PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2021 6:08 am Post subject: Re: sends message to queue, how to record message id Reply with quote

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esui wrote:
System A sends messages to MQ, but system B doesn't consume them. I need to track them.
Is there any good way?

System A can record the msgID (hex) of the messages it sent to System B.
Maybe System A should record the msgID and something of the content uniique to that msg. Once the message is sent the msgId and correlation ID will be available to the sender. And test with persistent messages
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2021 10:34 am Post subject: Re: sends message to queue, how to record message id Reply with quote

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esui wrote:
System A sends messages to MQ, but system B doesn't consume them. I need to track them.
Is there any good way?

What does this mean precisely?

Are the messages in the transmission queue waiting to be sent? Is the channel in RUNNING state?

Do the messages arrive on the destination queue? The dead-letter queue?

Are/were the messages persistent or non-persistent?

What error symptom does the consuming application on system B encounter?

"MQ has lost my message" is a common lament. In my decades of MQ development and support I've never seen MQ lose a message.
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