MQWeb is a C++ HTTP Server. It will be possible to browse/manage/monitor your Websphere MQ environment. The only tool you need is your web browser to manage Websphere MQ.
Today MQWeb v0.0.8 is released. This development release added a dashboard page for your queuemanager and a channel(status) page. You can download the release from sourceforge or github.
In the meantime a CSS template from CSS Free Templates is used to create a nice webpage.
Take a look at the code on Github to see what happened this far ...
Because the source was moved to Github, I also moved the feature request and bugs pages to Github. Please now use the Github Issues page to report bugs or to ask for new features.
Because there were problems in viewing the code online, I have decided to move the repository to Github. You can find it here: https://github.com/fbraem/mqweb
Today version 0.0.7 is released. Major change is that MQWeb can connect to z/OS for browsing queues ...
The JSON library which was part of MQWeb was contributed to POCO 1.5
Today I have released version 0.0.6 of MQWeb. No new functionalities were added, but a lot of code has changed. From now on, MQWeb uses its own JSON classes and template engine. It's possible that these classes will be contributed to POCO. There is also a binary version available for Linux i686, the platform I use to develop MQWeb.
Now, time for new functionalities.
Yesterday I demonstrated MQWeb at work. I've uploaded the slides to this website.
Version 0.0.5 is a bug-fix release.
With this release you can view the content of a message in hexadecimal format. Look at this screenshot.
Alpha version 0.0.3 is released. Multiple requests resulted in a reason code 2219 (MQRC_CALL_IN_PROGRESS) or reason code 2002 (MQRC_ALREADY_CONNECTED). This is solved by using a mutex that protect each MQI call.