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Hermes JMS Browser

Hermes JMS Browser is a Java/Swing application for interacting with and monitoring queues/topics. In addition to normal JMS functionality, it supports plugins for gaining access to provider administrative functionality. This could be used to efficiently query queue depths. It is especially useful when dealing with a very mixed environment of messaging providers and need a single tool to interact and monitor them all.

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  •  28 Feb 2007 15:59

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

    •  07 Jun 2005 10:42

      Release Notes: This release focuses on usability improvements and bugfixes. Four dockable toolbars were added for most common actions. Auto-browse browses a queue every few seconds, keeping you informed of any changes. Bugfixes were made in the plugins for WebLogic, JORAM, JBoss, and EMS. A new plugin for SonicMQ was added.

      •  14 Oct 2004 04:06

        Release Notes: A JNDI browser was added, letting you browse and then create sessions from the ConnectionFactory instances bound. The administration plugin has been extended for WebSphereMQ, JBossMQ, WebLogicMQ, ArjunaMQ, and ObjectWeb JORAM. Regular expressions may be used to search for messages on queues. Queues and topics may be discovered automatically from supported providers. Queue and topic statistics are now displayed for supported providers. A built-in renderer for FIX messages was added. Messages may now be displayed in hexadecimal.

        •  29 May 2004 08:00

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          •  29 Apr 2004 09:10

            Release Notes: An improved GUI (using JIDE components) and full JNDI support.


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