Start and configure the broker.
Create and manage destinations, manage broker connections, and manage broker resources.
Add, list, update, and deleted administered objects in a JNDI object store.
Populate and manage a file-based user repository.
Create and manage a JDBC compliant database for persistent storage.
You can also use a GUI-based administration console to perform the following command-line functions:
Connect to a broker and manage it.
Create and manage physical destinations.
Connect to an object store, add objects to the store, and manage them.
In addition, to these built-in administration tools, Message Queue also supports the Java Management Extensions (JMX) specification for configuring and monitoring brokers, destinations, connection services, and so forth. Using the JMX Administration API, you can perform these administration functions programmatically from within a Java application.