Troubleshooting Event Broker password changes
If you have changed the password that is used either as the password for the ServiceUserId or DataSourceUserId for any of the IBM® WebSphere® Event Broker components, for example a remote DB2® server, you might find these components have access problems.
The ServiceUserID is the user ID under which the broker runs; the DataSourceUserID is the user ID with which the databases containing broker tables and user data are to be accessed. You must re-configure the Event Broker and the Configuration Manager to reflect password changes for these users. The Configuration Manager is the central runtime component that manages the components and resources that constitute the broker domain.
1. Use the mqsichangebroker command for changing the password on the Event Broker, and the mqsichangeconfigmgr command for changing the password on the Configuration Manager. For more information on passwords and using these commands, see "Have you recently changed a password?" in the Event Broker information center at http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wmbhelp/v6r0m0/index.jsp.
2. Stop the Event Broker.
3. Open a command line on the Event Broker server. Type the following command:
If you are only changing one password, for example, the DataSourceUserID password, you can use the same command:
4. Restart the Event Broker for the changes to take effect.
5. Stop the Configuration Manager.
6. Open a command line on the Event Broker server.
7. Type the following command:
8. Restart the Configuration Manager for the changes to take effect.