MainView Middleware Administrator vs MainView Middleware Administrator (Monitor Edition)

This section describes the major differences between the MainView Middleware Administrator and MainView Middleware Administrator (Monitor Edition).

The MainView Middleware Administrator (Monitor Edition) version is a licensed, limited version of MainView Middleware Administrator and is specific for use with TrueSight Middleware and Transaction Monitor (it replaces the legacy Configuration Manager tool).

Features and components of MainView Middleware Administrator not supported (or partly supported) by the MainView Middleware Administrator (Monitor Edition) are listed in the table below. 

Note

When standard MainView Middleware Administrator functionality is not available for MainView Middleware Administrator (Monitor Edition) users, a message is displayed for the selected feature in the User/Admin Console.

ConsoleSub-componentFunctionality / FeatureLimited / Not supported
Admin Console











Global Actions Bar

EventsNot supported
OptionsLimited (users will not be able to use the Manage Layouts or Change Password option, but can use the Last Errors option)
Navigation Panel





UsersNot supported (however, is temporarily visible before LDAP_LDAP security model is applied) 
GroupsNot supported (however, is temporarily visible before LDAP_LDAP security model is applied)
FiltersNot supported
SettingsNot supported
SecurityLimited (Product Administrators can modify LDAP_LDAP security settings to accommodate changes in their LDAP environment, but cannot change the security model)
EMS ConnectionsNot supported
Workspace

UsersNot supported (however, is temporarily visible before LDAP_LDAP security model is applied)
GroupsNot supported (however, is temporarily visible before LDAP_LDAP security model is applied)
Projects

Limited, see the following list.

The following project functionality is permitted/accessible:

  • Viewing the projects list
  • Viewing the project properties
  • Access to audit logs relating to the TrueSight Middleware and Transaction Monitor project
  • Users can be associated/disassociated
  • User permissions
  • Groups can be associated/disassociated
  • Group permissions

The following project settings in MainView Middleware Administrator (Monitor Edition) cannot be modified:

  • Creating, copying, deleting a project
  • (Disabling) Remote File Access
  • WMQ connections cannot be added or removed
  • Links cannot be created, removed or altered
  • WMQ Event Rules cannot be created and cannot be associated
  • Associating Filters cannot be added to connections
Filters SummaryNot supported
Filter PropertiesNot supported
SecurityLimited (users can modify LDAP_LDAP security settings to accommodate changes in their LDAP environment, but cannot change the security model)
SettingsNot supported
EMS Connections SummaryNot supported
WMQ Connections SummaryLimited (users can view a list of WMQ connections and test those connections, but cannot create new connections or copy /delete existing connections)
WMQ Connection PropertiesLimited (users can view properties, and can save changes made to a connection with the following exceptions: monitoring cannot be enabled, indexing cannot be disabled, proxy cannot be enabled and QMgr Proxy cannot be set, and in the General section, QMgr Name cannot be changed, and Is z/OS Queue Manager (not relevant unless security exit is enabled) cannot be changed)
User ConsoleGlobal Actions BarEventsNot supported
OptionsLimited (users will not be able to use the Manage Layouts or Change Password option, but can use the Last Errors option)
Navigation PanelTags TabNot supported
Layout EditorNot supported
All Queue Manager ConnectionsNot supported
Queue StatisticsNot supported
Scheduled TasksNot supported
ArchivesNot supported
Import/ExportLimited (import/export by tags is not supported)
Manage ObjectsNot supported
DashboardNot supported
WorkspaceScheduling OperationsNot supported
Tagging ObjectsNot supported
Manage LayoutsNot supported



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