This SupportPac contains a simple pipeline program (Q) which takes messages from one source and outputs to a target.
Notice: This SupportPac has now been moved to GitHub and can be found here.
Q takes messages from one source and outputs to a target. The operation of the pipe is controlled by switches to the program. The source and target can either be the console, a Queue or a Topic.
• To browse the formatted contents of a queue.
• To move/copy messages from one queue to another.
• To load a set of test messages from a file.
• To generate a set of simple test messages.
For example, put 25 10K messages 5 seconds apart.
• To act as a queue splitter. Take all messages off one queue and re-put to two different queues.
New in this Release
• Support for WebSphere MQ V7 features.
• Publish/Subscribe capability.
• Additional platform support.
Author: WebSphere MQ Development, Hursley
Last Updated: 17May12
Current SupportPac Version: 6.0
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This SupportPac requires:
Any version of WebSphere MQ - running on the supported Operating System platforms.
To install the SupportPac:
1. Download ma01.zip to a temporary directory.
2. Uncompress using InfoZip's Unzip. If you use other unzip programs, ensure you specify the option to re-create stored directories.
3. This will create the necessary files and directories.
4. Follow the instructions provided in the readme file.
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Please read the license information contained within the zip file of this SupportPac to determine if you want to use it.
Internal Use Only
Author: Paul Clarke
15 June 2018