Use the MQ Explorer or the command line tool "mqsiac" to monitor and get statistics of messages on a local queue in MQ.
A Beginner's Guide to Obtaining and Analyzing Message Statistics on a Local Queue in MQ
Message Queuing (MQ) is a technology that enables applications to communicate with each other by exchanging messages. In MQ, messages are placed in a queue, which is a data structure that stores messages in a First-In-First-Out (FIFO) order. Local queues are queues that are used for inter-process communication within a single system. Obtaining and analyzing message statistics can help in optimizing message flow and troubleshooting errors. This article is a beginner's guide to obtaining and analyzing message statistics on a local queue in MQ.
Mastering MQ: Tips and Tricks for Retrieving and Analyzing Message Data from a Local Queue
IBM MQ (formerly known as WebSphere MQ) is a messaging middleware that enables communication between different applications and systems. It provides reliable, scalable, and secure message delivery between multiple platforms and applications.
Maximizing MQ Efficiency: How to Easily Access and Interpret Message Statistics on a Local Queue
IBM MQ (previously known as IBM WebSphere MQ) is a message-oriented middleware (MOM) that facilitates communication between different applications, systems, and platforms. MQ provides robust and reliable messaging capabilities for enterprises, ensuring that applications can communicate with each other despite differences in architecture, technology, and geography.