[rabbitmq-discuss] Eclipse type view of RabbitMQ exchanges etc
lynton.grice at logosworld.com
Wed Jul 1 17:30:32 BST 2009
Thanks a lot for the useful comments, I really appreciate it ;-)
I will check out the links you sent me....
Thanks again ;-)
From: Neil Bartlett [mailto:njbartlett at gmail.com]
Sent: 01 July 2009 03:23 PM
To: Lynton Grice
Subject: Re: [rabbitmq-discuss] Eclipse type view of RabbitMQ exchanges etc
A couple of suggestions:
1) I have begun a project to integrate the RabbitMQ Java client
library into OSGi, providing exchanges and queues as Services etc.
Currently this provides a simplistic command-line oriented UI via the
OSGi console, but it could be used as the basis for a richer GUI. The
source code is on Github: http://github.com/njbartlett/rabbitosgi
2) The Eclipse Communications Framework (ECF) project is building all
sorts of back-end and front-end features for both synchronous and
asynchronous comms in Eclipse. I would be surprised if they did not
have at least something in incubation relating to AMQP.
3) HermesJMS is a generic management console for JMS. It appears to
work with QPID, perhaps using the JMS adapter API.
I think developing some simple views in Eclipse to create messages and
view queues would make an interesting -- and not too challenging --
project for somebody learning Eclipse development.
On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 12:44 PM, Lynton
Grice<lynton.grice at logosworld.com> wrote:
> Hi there,
> I use RabbitMQ and am a huge fan of it. I am also pretty familiar with
> FioranoMQ and WebsphereMQ and am just curious if there is any “side project”
> or current initiative to have some really cool GUI viewer of RabbitMQ?
> For example with WebsphereMQ you have an Eclipse interface where you can
> create new queues etc......see what the message contents are on a queue etc
> Obviously with AMQP it is slightly different but it would be super if there
> was a great GUI out there for RabbitMQ.
> For me as a techie I don’t really mind either which way, but I am just
> thinking what would help RabbitMQ get more mainstream with the big
> Your thoughts?
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