This IBM MQ Explorer SupportPac (previously known as SupportPac MS0T) is now available as a standalone application on Fix Central.
IBM MQ Explorer can remotely connect to queue managers on any supported platform – enabling your entire messaging backbone to be viewed, explored and altered from one place. It can be used to connect to remote queue managers from any currently supported version of IBM MQ (or IBM WebSphere MQ).
New in this Release
• IBM MQ Explorer has been updated for IBM MQ 9.1.5.
Author: IBM MQ, Hursley, UK
Last updated: 2Apr20
Current Version: 9.1.5
To view the complete portfolio of IBM MQ SupportPacs, visit SupportPacs for IBM MQ and other project areas.
- IBM MQ Explorer runs on Microsoft Windows and Linux x86_64 machines.
- IBM MQ Explorer may be installed on as many machines as you require, but you can only have a single installation of it on a given machine, regardless of version.
- You can install IBM MQ Explorer on its own, or alongside an installation of IBM MQ (of the same version).
See the IBM MQ product documentation link below.
Category 3 IBM MQ SupportPacs are supplied under the standard terms and conditions provided by the International Program License Agreement (IPLA) and thus, carry program defect service for IBM MQ customers. Please read the IPLA and LI files that accompany the SupportPac, to ensure you understand the conditions under which the SupportPac is provided.
If you encounter what you believe to be a defect with the SupportPac, and you have a current license for a IBM MQ server product, you may request Program Services by reporting the problem via the same defect reporting channel you employ for the IBM MQ server product(s) on which you are using the SupportPac. No proof of entitlement is required to use this SupportPac.
Service is available for the SupportPac for as long as the IBM MQ server product is supported by Service. Refer to the
software lifecycle pages for the relevant service information. It is only supported with IBM MQ platforms that are themselves supported.
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27 January 2022