Sun Java System Message Queue 4.2 Installation Guide

Installed Directory Structure

Table 2–4 shows the installed directory structure for a full installation of Message Queue 4.2 on the Solaris platform.

Note –

The directory structure may vary if you have installed Message Queue as part of a Sun Java System Application Server installation.

Table 2–4 Installed Directory Structure (Solaris)




Executable files for Message Queue administration tools:  

  • Administration Console (imqadmin)

  • Broker utility (imqbrokerd)

  • Command utility (imqcmd)

  • Object Manager utility (imqobjmgr)

  • Database Manager utility (imqdbmgr)

  • User Manager utility (imqusermgr)

  • Key Tool utility (imqkeytool)


Support files for Message Queue Java client runtime:  

  • .jar files for building and running Java Message Service (JMS) client applications

  • .rar files for JMS Resource Adapter


Support files for Message Queue tools and processes:  

  • .jar files used by Message Queue system

  • .war files for HTTP servlet deployment


Broker’s default configuration files 


.jar or .zip files to be added to broker’s CLASSPATH environment variable

Typically used for configuring JDBC-based persistence or Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS) login modules.


Administration GUI image files


Administration GUI help files


Message Queue and JMS API documentation in JavaDoc format


Example Java client applications 


Example C client applications 


Header files to support C client applications 


Libraries to support C client applications 

Note –

The versions of Netscape Portable Runtime (NSPR) and Network Security Services (NSS) needed to support the C API are the same as those for Sun Java Enterprise System 5.


Message Queue working storage 


Configuration properties, file-based persistent data stores, log files, flat-file user repositories, access control properties files for individual broker instances 


Message Queue Uninstaller 


Message Queue installation/uninstallation logs and summary file 


Message Queue configuration files, instance template files, sample password file, rc script configuration files for automatic startup