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Too many connections from the same MQClient

Too many connections from the same MQClient

Too many connections from the same MQClient

   I have the following situation. I appreciate any help you might give me.

- I have an application running in a 24x7 hour basis on an NT 4.0 platform.
- I am using MQClient V5.1 with C++ in order to connect to a QManager which is accesible through the net.
- Sometimes, there are some problems on the network, what makes my application fail if for example it is putting a message in a queue.
- My app. is prepared for this kind of problems, trying to disconnect and reconnect, waiting for the network to come back. This is working fine.
- But as a result, as I cannot close the queues nor disconnect from the QMgr (as I have no network), on the server the connection remains.
- Therefore, the next time I am able to connect, on the server remain 2 connections from the same IP.

Is there any way by which I can connect to a QMgr and tell him to destroy every previous connection from the same MQClient (= from the same IP)?

Thanks and best regards.

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