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Multiple users hang Domino process when Lotus and MQ-Series try to work together

We have coded exactly what is described in Lotus and MQ-Series have to work together.

It works perfectly with one user doing it. However, when five users do it together, it hangs the Domino process on the NT server. We have to kill the Domino task and restart the Domino server in order to get it back. Any suggestion will be appreciated.
Exactly? You must have coded a bug into your logic ; ) But I guess the fact that it is working for one user means the logic is okay. Since the information you've provided is a bit vague, I can only offer a few suggestions on how I would troubleshoot the problem: Which task crashes -- AMgr, JVM? If your Java code waits for a response from the response queue (typical for MQ programs), instead try disconnecting from the queue and end the agent. Does it still cause a crash?

This was first published in December 2003

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