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Explorer-like administration for MSMQ

MSMQ management console cannot perform many tasks needed in real life - moving messages between queues, management of remote queues, backup/restore, creating test messages...

This is all possible now.

See what else QueueExplorer can do

Permanent MSMQ monitoring

QueueMonitor QueueMonitor keeps constant watch on your MSMQ and its queues, and send you alerts or performs automatic fixes whenever something is wrong. It handles:

  • poison messages
  • undelivered messages in outgoing or dead letter queues
  • queues which will reach their quota
  • MSMQ service falling

Some of these problems can stop processing of messages in your application, or even cause loss of important data!

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Introduction to MSMQ

New to MSMQ? Help distributed applications survive crashes and outages with MSMQ - one typical MSMQ scenario described.

Surviving poison messages in MSMQ

What happens when message in MSMQ can not be processed? If it fails repeatedly following messages will never be processed - queue will be blocked with so-called poison message. How to fight this situation?

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2016-01-28Automatically resend expired MSMQ dead letter messages using QueueMonitor
2016-01-22QueueExplorer for ActiveMQ
2015-02-19QueueMonitor 1.0 released

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