RabbitMQ support in QueueExplorer

QueueExplorer 4.2 is out, and with it – official support for RabbitMQ. What changed since beta? Since February we improved performance quite a bit, added support for policies, and fixed a bunch of smaller issues. It can be downloaded from cogin.com/mq/download.php If you have any kind of feedback on how it works (or doesn’t work) […]

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QueueExplorer on Linux!

With new Wine 3.0, it’s finally compatible enough to allow QueueExplorer to run under Linux! That’s a good news for users running ActiveMQ on Linux and needing more powerful management tool. However it looks ugly at this point, installation is cumbersome, but once it’s running firsts tests look promising. How did I get this working? […]

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QueueProxy on MSMQ cluster

Managing clustered MSMQ was always tricky, since it runs as a separate instance, i.e. more or less like a separate “virtual” computer with MSMQ installed. When you try to manage it from QueueExplorer you’ll see that there are some limitations since it’s done in remote mode, either from one of cluster nodes or from some other […]

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QueueExplorer for ActiveMQ

Yes, that’s right. We’re extending support to other queueing systems beyond MSMQ. First pick was ActiveMQ. More to come in the future. You’ll be able to use more or less all features available to MSMQ users – copy/paste messages, save/load to files, create test messages, bulk sending for performance tests, etc. Standard message views like […]

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QueueExplorer 3.3 – Queue views (PRO)

QueueExplorer 3.3 bring queue views for Professional edition. Queue views allow user to configure how messages are filtered, displayed, etc. on queue by queue basis. Following settings are stored: Which columns are displayed Filtering and sorting Limiting number of messages (i.e. “Top x messages”) .Net viewer assembly path Encodings for body and extension when displayed […]

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