MQ Monitor Add Measurements dialog box
This dialog box enables you to configure the monitor by choosing which measurements to monitor on the machine.
Right-click a graph > Add Measurements
Click Add in the Resource Measurements section of the IBM WebSphere MQ dialog.
User entries for any text box are limited to 48 characters.
User interface elements are described below:
If the event configured for monitoring is from a remote queue manager (other than the one identified in the queue manager field of the IBM WebSphere MQ Add Measurements dialog box), click Alternate Queue to enter the name of an alternate queue manager.
Note: When you add an alternate queue manager, this becomes the default queue manager for any events that you subsequently add. To return to the queue manager to which you are connected, enter that name in the Alternate Queue Manager dialog box.
Object Type.Select an object type from either Channel or Queue.
Object Name. Enter a name for object you want to monitor.
Event/Attribute. Select the events and attributes you want to monitor for the selected object.
Filter System Objects. Select to enable the system objects filter.
Add Object. Enables you to add a new object name to the Object name list.
Add. Enables you to add an Event or Attribute to an object.
Remove. Enables you to remove a monitored object event or attribute from the Object name list.
Alternate Queue. Enter the name of an alternate queue manager if the event is from a remote queue manager.
Server. The name of the server you are monitoring.
Client Channel. Enter the name of the channel through which a client connection is made to an MQ Server.
Queue Manager. Enter the name of the queue manager to be monitored.
|Filter system objects||
By default, only user-defined objects are displayed in the Object name list. To show all objects, clear the Filter System Objects check box. You can modify the filter settings, in the <LoadRunner Professional root>\dat\monitors\mqseries.cfg file.
|Monitored Object list||
A list of monitored objects, including the object's name, events and attributes, and alternate queue manager.