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This quick-start tutorial provides a brief introduction to Message Queue administration by guiding you through some basic administrative tasks using the Message Queue Administration Console, a graphical interface for administering a message broker and object store. The chapter consists of the following sections:
The tutorial sets up the physical destinations and administered objects needed to run a simple JMS-compliant application, HelloWorldMessageJNDI. The application is available in the helloworld subdirectory of the example applications directory, IMQ_HOME/examples. In the last part of the tutorial, you will run this application.
Note - You must have the Message Queue product installed in order to follow the tutorial.
The tutorial is only a basic introduction; it is not a substitute for reading the documentation. By following the steps described in the tutorial, you will learn how to
Start a Message Queue broker
Connect to a broker and use the Administration Console to manage it
Create physical destinations on the broker
Create an object store and use the Administration Console to connect to it
Add administered objects to the object store and view their properties
Note - The instructions given in this tutorial are specific to the Windows platform. Where necessary, supplemental notes are added for users of other platforms.
Some administrative tasks cannot be accomplished using the Administration Console. You must use command line utilities to perform such tasks as the following:
Start up a broker
Create a broker cluster
Configure certain physical destination properties
Manage a JDBC database for persistent storage
Manage a user repository
Install a broker as a Windows service
Generate SSL certificates
All of these tasks are covered in later chapters of this manual.