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Build an interface to Qflex as a plug-in to MQ explorer, so that one single GUI can be used for all operational aspects of MQ and WMB.
Add options to the MQ explorer display so that when queues are listed, the context menu allows display of any Qflex alerts set up already, or allows the creation/deletion/change of such alerts23 votes
Qflex(http://www.netflexity.com/overview-qflex/) is a great tool, but there is always a space for improvements. We love our customers and would like to here your opinion on how we can make our product even more useful for you.
Do you want your MQ problems be posted directly to bug tracker? Do you want them appear on your company's communication tools? Need more cool reports?
Leave your suggestions here or as separate ideas and we will implement them for you!4 votes
This feature will collect copies of all messages and allow users to search for messages. Once a message is found, it will show when the message was generated, message body and header information5 votes
How would you like not need to run Qflex itself? Qflex will run in the cloud and no need to worry about databases, backups or performance.3 votes
I have installed the Qfles as per installation standard. But still facing issue with when clicking to for administrator. getting 404 error.
I have installed the Qfles as per installation standard. But still facing issue with when clicking to for administrator. getting 404 error.1 vote
Currently you can only search monitors by Monitor name or Queue Manager Name. It would be helpful to be able to search on any combination of the following to find the monitor you're looking for:
Queue Manager Name
For example, I may want to look for all the Criticality=Failure and Notification Method=SMTP to change how we're handling those Failure conditions.1 vote
With the available custom tags in Alert Messages, its fairly easy to create a standard Alert text that could be included as part of a Monitor template, but the Monitor Template screen does not have the ability to save Message Text.
Similarly, the Special Instructions field could be included as part of the template, if the field was available on the Monitor Template setup screen.1 vote
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