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Hi,
I have an application deployed on WLS6.1/WLI2.1 & was looking for some help regarding how to get the number of messages in a particular JMS Queue without going to the weblogic console.
Main concern is the speed with which I can access this info. The Weblogic console is extremely slow in response times. I also tried developing a home-grown solution (made a tool using MBeans) but that was also very slow - which kind of makes sense 'coz the weblogic console also uses MBeans to get the Queue Depth.
Is there any third party tool (preferably free... which I can use to get the count of the # of messages in a particlar Queue ? Again, the speed is imp. to me... Any suggestions/ideas ?
thx
 
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