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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2001 12:03 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

Jedi Knight

Joined: 27 Jun 2001
Posts: 3080
Location: EmeriCon, LLC

I have a Java app which issues an XML message to start an instance of an MQWorkflow process. In this app I set the MQC.MQOO_SET_IDENTITY_CONTEXT option prior to opening EXEXMLINPUTQ. Prior to sending the message I set the MQMessage.userId = "Noauthority". This is a user I have defined who has NO authoritiy to EXEXMLINPUTQ. This is verifiable with the following command:
C:>dspmqaut -m FMCQM -t queue -n EXEXMLINPUTQ -p noauthority

This command reports back NO authorizations for this queue.

What I don't understand is that this message gets put on the EXEXMLINPUTQ. If the specified user doesn't have authority to do puts how can this be? NOTE, I am not logged into WindowsNT using this ID, I am logged in using an id that is a member of the mqm group.

The good news is that MQWorkflow rejects the process start with an Rc = 10 (No such User). But what I really want to happen is MQSeries to prevent the put from being done in the first place.


John McDonald
EmeriCon, LLC
IBM Certified Solutions Designer -
WebSphere MQ Workflow V3.4
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