JMS Browser 2.2.1 - First Public Release

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  1. JMS Browser 2.2.1 - First Public Release (5 messages)

    With JMS Browser you can browse, view and send JMS messages in queues and topics easily from a powerful Eclipse based user interface.

    This first public release comes with the following great features:

    - runs on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X natively in 32/64 bit mode

    - monitor your queues and topics with message preview, nondestructively 

    - powerful live filtering of messages

    - save, edit, send and resend messages- with XML formatting

    - drag'n'drop messages

    - easy-to-use support for many different jms providers

    - unrestricted 30 day trial version

    Visit the JMSBrowser Homepage for more information http://jmsbrowser.com

    Or watch the video tours to get an fast overview  http://jmsbrowser.com/tour.html

    Threaded Messages (5)

  2. Try Hermes JMS[ Go to top ]

    I did a lot of JMS use cases and used Hermes for browsing the queues. Now a days it comes with SOAPUI also.

  3. Try Hermes JMS[ Go to top ]

    So someone posts information about their software and you make no reference to it and put a blatant plug for some other. Pathetic

  4. Neil the party pooper[ Go to top ]

    i was just trying to give more examples of jms browsers. Atleast people know 1 more thing. But what you just did was , proved that you are a party pooper :) Go F** your self mr desperate 

  5. Cool post[ Go to top ]

    Hey i liked the post. Neil i think you started this ugly discussion. People like you dont understand opensource social networking. He gave a good alternate to compare. 

  6. Not so cool[ Go to top ]

    People like you dont understand opensource social networking. He gave a good alternate to compare. 

    I actually understand it very well, and I particularly understand respect for the person who's software has just made a release, due to lots of effort. If aforementioned poster had said "I used XXX software and I particularly like feature YYY. Does this software here have such a feature? Also how does it handle ZZZ?" ... then it would have been a "cool post" and valid "open source social networking".