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Status Not under consideration
Workspace UrbanCode
Categories Deploy
Created by Guest
Created on Apr 12, 2019

MQ Plugin: Add ability to set object perms (SET AUTHREC) with remote queue manager

Currently they SetPermission steps in the MQ Plugin require an agent on the MQ Server. These appear to be the only steps where this is the case (with the exception of those actions which cannot be done via runmqsc commands). I have written my own shell script which does this but I feel this should be part of the product. If the other steps in the MQ Plugin can use Remote Queue Managers, there is not reason why the SetPermission steps cannot as well.

Here a sample script i use to accomplish this. I have swapped out UCD properties for local variable for examples sake.

#! /bin/bash

O=$IFS #save original IFS
IFS="," # set IFS to comma separation


for group in $adGroups
echo $group
runmqsc -w $waitInterval -m $localQMGR $remoteQMGR <<-EOF
if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
exit 99

IFS=$O #restore old IFS

Idea priority High
RFE ID 132023
RFE Product UrbanCode Deploy
  • Admin
    Osman Burucu
    Jun 29, 2022

    Thank You for creating this RFE. After thourough evaluation and checking with development we decided to close this RFE as MQ does not provide the necessary interfaces to be used by the plugin and a workaround (as described in the RFE description) is available.

  • Guest
    Apr 18, 2019

    The feature that is described in this request is a candidate for a future release.