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Some kind of JMS browser

Andrew Romanenco
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Joined: Feb 28, 2006
Posts: 5
Hello

Imagine that you have application based on JMS. It uses queues A, B and so on.
Application admins should be able to "browse" these queues: view how much messages are in each queue, may be view some of messages and so on.

For example: if some end user will report that he can not get messages, admin should be able to search queues.

So I need some kind of jms administration tool. What tools do you use?
For now application uses JBoss Messaging


thanks you!
Jaikiran Pai
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Joined: Jul 20, 2005
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I think the JBoss jmx-console has this information. Also if you want to come up with your own code which browses the queue, i think there is a QueueBrowser interface which allows you to do this.


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