MA0T: WebSphere MQ - Message Test Utility
MsgTest is a command line based program that provides the ability to execute scripts that simulate the flow of messages between applications that use IBM Websphere MQ (WMQ).
MsgTest is a command line based program that provides the ability to execute scripts that simulate the flow of messages between applications that use IBM WebSphere MQ (WMQ).
»Load data from a file to an MQ queue so that an application that reads from the queue can be tested.
»Read messages from an MQ queue and compare the actual message with a file to see if it matches the expected result.
»Get messages from one queue and put them on another.
»Put a message with an RFH2 header on a queue to test a message flow written for the WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker (a.k.a. MQSI) product.
SKILL LEVEL REQUIRED
Simple programming and knowledge of WebSphere MQ.
NEW IN THIS RELEASE
• New feature that reports the location of a mismatch between the content of the buffer and the regular expression it is being compared against.
Author: Tim Armstrong
Last Updated: 30Jul08
Current SupportPac Version: 1.3.0
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Refer to MsgTest.pdf in the zip file.
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