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Icwri Monitor for IBM WebSphere MQ

Icwri Monitor for IBM WebSphere MQ is a Web-based WMQ monitor welcomed by many IBM WebSphere MQ users. It doesn't require any configuration or code changes, and only WMQ and JVM are required.

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  •  02 Dec 2010 16:51

    Release Notes: Some REST interfaces are added to support Web 2.0 applications. More information is added in the monitor.

    •  05 Nov 2010 10:05

      Release Notes: The product was improved to support concurrent users. The user interface was improved. A remote client mode sample was added.

      •  02 Nov 2010 10:57

        Release Notes: The system only shows a local queue list by default to avoid a 2085 error.

        •  27 Sep 2010 10:21

          Release Notes: The WebSphere MQ monitor has been improved to become an “out of the box” tool. No change in the script is required.

          •  31 Aug 2010 15:46

            Release Notes: The product is improved to support multi-threaded applications.

            Recent comments

            14 Apr 2011 02:30 liurui

            Many users report that there is a CLASSPATH problem on Windows. It is because of a small defect of the document. I added an extra space of the CLASSPATH. Now I have updated the document.

            28 Sep 2010 11:35 liurui

            The monitor in this release is very easy to use. Any WebSphere MQ user can install it in 5 minutes. Nothing is required to learn and change. You can also change the monitoring web page as you want with ease.

            02 Aug 2010 02:04 man314159

            I have mended a small bug in the manual to use Semi-colon(;) instead of colon(:) in the CLASSPATH for Windows users. Thanks Shen Shao Yong.

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