Pinned topic MQ Explorer not showing local Queue Manager (work only one time)
I installed WebSphere MQ 7.5 on windows 7 system. I installed both server and client on the system.
(it is actually behaving the same when i installed only server).
After the install, I start MQ explorer and create a queue manager locally
(I have access to New Queue Manager option when right clicking on Queue Manager node, etc).
Everuthing looks good.
Then I close the explorer, and restart it right away.
The queue manager I created is not visible (it does still exist as I can connect to it).
Also I cannot even select New Queue manager option anymore (it’s like it switch to client version somehow).
I can only connect to a remote queue
I reboot and it is the same. I can’t see my QueueManager.
I tried to re-install server only and it is same behavior.
Below is the info regarding MQ Explorer version installed:
MQ Explorer 126.96.36.199206051450 com.ibm.mq.explorer.ui.rcp.product
If anybody has a idea on what's going on, that will be really appreciated.
Re: MQ Explorer not showing local Queue Manager (work only one time)2012-10-30T15:06:07ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.I found the problem to this issue.
MQ Explorer need to be run as Administrator.
Once i do that, i can see my local queues.
I found it pretty confusing that the frst time you can actually do whatever you want and issue appear
only once application is restarted.
I would be good to dump some messages in logs or something.
Anyway, i have the solution which is good.
YogeshB5 27000753BW1 Post
Re: MQ Explorer not showing local Queue Manager (work only one time)2014-06-30T10:20:08ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- SystemAdmin 110000D4XK
after performing above suggested solution if it wont work....
Please check on which tab your are looking for the queue's.
I was looking the queue's in MQ Explorer - Test Result tab which display only Test results whereas the queue's display in
MQ Explorer - Content tab.
for beginner this is learning point.