WebSphere MQ Explorer MQSC Editor Plug-in.
This SupportPac provides a mechanism for a WebSphere MQ Administrator to create, import, edit, and execute script files using the MQSC language using MQExplorer. These files are automatically discovered in the MQExplorer Eclipse workspace and are visualized as tree nodes in the MQExplorer Navigator view, and can be manipulated in much the same way as other MQExplorer tree nodes.
A customer can use this SupportPac to manage their WebSphere MQ environment with the MQ Script Command language (MQSC) from within MQ Explorer. All MQSC commands are supported.
Smart editing features allow for syntax checking, code assistance and rapid identification and navigation to code problems.
MQSC files can be created, imported, deleted, opened, and run against any active queue manager known to MQ Explorer.
New in this Release
• Support for WebSphere MQ and MQ Explorer v8.0.
Author: Jeff Lowrey, WebSphere Message Broker Level 2 Support, USA
Last Updated: 09Dec14
Current SupportPac Version(s): 1.7
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MS0S 1.6 - MQ Explorer version 7.5.0.x
MS0S 1.7 - MQ Explorer version 8.0.x
Installation instructions can be found in the pdf file below.
|Download||RELEASE DATE||LANGUAGE||SIZE(Bytes)||Download Options|
|ms0s-1.6.zip||22 Aug 2013||US English||13301903||HTTP|
|ms0s-1.7.zip||09 Dec 2014||US English||13068846||HTTP|
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