MO74: WebSphere MQ - Windows PowerShell Library
This SupportPac contains a library which adds WebSphere MQ administration capabilities to Windows PowerShell.
PowerShell is an extensible command line interface shell and scripting language product developed by Microsoft. This SupportPac contains a library which allows for command-line and script-based administration of WebSphere MQ queue managers from the PowerShell.
It is similar to the standard runmqsc interface, but allows for a number of improvements, including more powerful queries and filtering and support for administering remote queue managers.
This SupportPac would be useful for WebSphere MQ administrators wanting to administer all of their queue managers from a single Windows workstation, in conjunction with other PowerShell system administration tasks.
New in this Release
• Defect fix.
• Applicable to MQ V7.1, V7.5 & V220.127.116.11 as well.
Author: Dale Lane; co-Author: Andrew Perry, WebSphere MQ, Hursley
Updated by: Ram Sr Chalamalasetti, Sudhanshu Pant, ISL-Messaging, India
Last updated: 26Jun16
Current SupportPac Version: 2.0.1
»Please note that the version number shown in the right-hand pane is the version of the MQ or WBI product that this SupportPac applies to. The date is the last web page refresh.
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Download and unpack mo74.zip, and run the setup.exe contained inside. More detailed installation information can be found in mo74.pdf.
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