MQGem Software provides the following products to help you to manage your IBM® MQ queue managers.
MQSCX - Extended MQSC tool
For every task there’s the correct tool for the job. Sometimes you want a graphical interface; sometimes you need a command line tool. When scripting jobs for IBM MQ, using MQSCX can remove the frustrations of using the perhaps too simplistic runmqsc; and open up a whole new range of possibilities with its powerful control language constructs. While MQSCX can do the same tasks as runmqsc, that is issue a script with a set of MQSC commands, or issue commands to the queue manager interactively, it can also do so much more.
Not only can an MQSCX command file issue a set of commands, but it can act on the responses. This means that command files can be written which generate reports of your own choosing, formatted how you need them, and combining the answers from various different commands into one single set of output.
MO71 - Graphical Administrator tool
MO71 is a graphical administrator for IBM MQ which runs on Windows® or on Intel® Linux®. The administrator provides a wealth of configuration and monitoring capabilities allowing you to manage all your queue managers on both distributed and z/OS platforms from one single tool. The program provides a very rich set of functions that you can perform against each of the queue managers managed.
MQEdit - Live-parsing Message Editor
MQEdit is a graphical live parsing editor for IBM MQ Messages which runs on Windows or Intel Linux.
Have you ever had a poison message, badly formed, and problematic? Want to just edit that one byte that caused all the problems, or correct the format with just a little tweak and then send it on its way? Well now you can. Use MQEdit to correct messages; create new messages for use when developing new applications, or testing them out; move or copy messages easily with a simple drag and drop with your mouse. It's all here.
QLOAD - Queue Load/Unload tool
QLOAD is a utility for unloading messages from queues to a file, saving them away until a later reload puts them back onto the queue. Messages can be copied or removed from a queue based on various selection criteria such as position in the queue, content of messages or message properties or the age of the message. You can even copy or move messages from one queue manager to another, and read from or target multiple queues at once. This allows you to use QLOAD as a queue replicator.
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