To create and manage queues not on standalone. AS7 has the admin tool for it.
For the standalone.. I know about commercial versions outside of JBoss. But the JConsole has pretty standard methods to create and delete queues. Have you taken a look?
HermesJMS let me browse the queues and put a message on them (http://community.jboss.org/wiki/UsingHermesJMSWithHornetQ).
However, I decided to install AS7 as suggested (AS7 seems like a good replacement for Jetty+SwiftMQ).
Unfortunately, when I start AS7 (as per http://hornetq.blogspot.com/2011/06/hornetq-on-jboss-as7.html) with
I am unable to discover the queues via JNDI in the same way as when I start HornetQ from its own (seperate) installation, which has left me slightly confused.
How is HornetQ that is bundled with AS7 set up differently to HortnetQ-2.2.5-final?
Jboss 7 has a single domain for everything. It's a total new concept and we had to adapt the integration for Jboss .
JConsole is a goofy interface when you are used to things like HermesJMS or MQExplorer (not that this is great by any means).
Should I be able to use JNDI with HermesJMS when using AS7?
Or is there something else that I'm missing?
From the screenshots that looks pretty nice!
Unfortunately, I am a cheap bum who doesn't like paying for stuff
I'll keep you in mind though if I can't find anything completely free!
Maybe Serge could go open source and contribute this into the community
Sigh .....I would like to quite my boring day a job and do open-source support tools for a living.....
Johnny - What can I say!...another sigh...the personal version is $29 - license is for forever and covers free updates to version 2.0...
Let me know if you have any issues. The biggest issues on corporate networks is setting up java -D for JMX and RMI connectivity parameters on the server - see support forums for tips....
Running on your own laptop is much easier and tends to be easy to setup. BTW this headache is specific to hornetq - Activemq is much easier to setup over network (go figure...)