Service integration > Buses > bus_name > [Destination resources] Destinations > queue_name > [Message points] Queue points > queue_point_name > Runtime > Messages
Service integration > Buses > bus_name > [Topology] Messaging engines > engine_name > [Message points] Mediation points > mediation_point_name > Runtime > Messages
I took the second route, as follows:
- Choose Service integration > Buses from the left hand menu
- Select the MDM bus
- Select Messaging engines from the Topology section
- Select the MDM messaging engine
- Click on the Runtime tab
- Select Queue points from the Message points section
You should see this screen of MDM queues:
Open the queue you're interested in and click on Messages in the Additional Properties section.
That's one way to do it but if you're going to be working with JMS a lot, SIBExplorer is probably a better alternative. This gives you a Java client to work with the Service Integration Bus, which looks like this:
There are a few more details about these options on the SOA Tips ‘n’ Tricks blog.