Command Line Utilities
All Message Queue utilities are
accessible via a command line interface. Utility commands share common formats,
syntax conventions, and options. They include the following:
The Broker utility (imqbrokerd)
starts up brokers and specifies their configuration properties, including
connecting them together into a cluster.
The Command utility (imqcmd)
controls brokers and their resources and manages physical destinations.
The Object Manager utility (imqobjmgr ) manages provider-independent administered objects in
an object store accessible via the Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI).
The Database Manager utility (imqdbmgr ) creates and manages databases for persistent storage that conform
to the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) standard.
The User Manager utility (imqusermgr ) populates a file-based user repository for user authentication
The Service Administrator utility ( imqsvcadmin) installs and manages a broker as a Windows service.
The Key Tool utility (imqkeytool)
generates self-signed certificates for Secure Socket Layer (SSL) authentication.
See Chapter 13, Command Line Reference for
detailed information on the use of these utilities.