If you’re doing any work with the JMS engine in WebSphere Application Server, ESB or Process Server – perhaps using JMS bindings on your imports and exports – you should really check out SIBExplorer. This invaluable little tool enables you to see the queues on the bus associated with your server in a straightforward way, as well perform some basic manipulation on those queues, in much the same way as the MQ Explorer does for WebSphere MQ. It avoids the need to use the Service Integration/Buses hierarchy in your administrative console, which, whilst flexible, can be a little complex for some needs.


2 Responses to SIBExplorer

  1. amit patel says:

    how do I connect if security is enabled?

  2. jt says:

    Since alphaWorks has moved, the SIBExplorer is now available via developerWorks here:

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