Poco Redis

22 October 2015

For those interested in a Poco library for Redis … I’ve created a branch on my fork of the Poco repository. I know there is another attempt here, but this project doesn’t really follow the Poco coding standard and I can’t read Chinese comments. Besides that, it gives me also the opportunity to learn another Pub/Sub solution. Currently only send/reply is supported. Pub/Sub will be added soon …

MQWeb 0.0.11 released

4 November 2014

Today MQWeb 0.0.11 is released. You can download this release from Github.

This is a list of the major changes:

  • Add inquire connection (conn)
  • Add inquire namelist (nl)
  • Add inquire process (process)
  • Add inquire service (service)
  • Add inquire authentication information (authinfo)
  • Add inquire authority record (authrec)
  • Support for JSONP
  • Allow to run without mq.web.templates / mq.web.static configuration
  • Add first steps for connection pooling

MQWeb use case

25 August 2014

KBC, my employer, is now using my open source project MQWeb to help their developers, who use WebSphere MQ, to get status information from their queues and channels.

An internal website is created with CakePHP to get an overview of all available queuemanagers. Once a queuemanager is selected, AngularJS is used to get information from the MQWeb daemon. AngularJS is also used to turn the JSON data into HTML.

MQWeb 0.0.9 released

2 March 2014

Today MQWeb 0.0.9 is released. You can download this release from Github.

This is a list of the major changes:

  • AngularJS is used instead of KnockOut for the built-in webpages.
  • A URI for a JSON request starts with /api.
  • A URI for a built-in webpage starts with /web.
  • Add api’s for inquiring listeners, listener status and queuemanager status.
  • Browsing a message is limited to 16K.
  • POCO is now statically linked.
  • add qmgr commandline argument
  • add port commandline argument

Read more on MQWeb

Zumuta! uses Jekyll

27 December 2013

Jekyll From today Zumuta! is using Jekyll to generate a static blog website. I have currently little time to create a dynamic website for Zumuta!. That’s why this website didn’t change a lot. Writing content for a static website is cumbersome. Some days ago, while reading on using project pages on Github, I found Jekyll. Jekyll transforms plain text (Markdown) into static websites and blogs. I started on writing project pages for MQWeb and thought “Why don’t I use this for Zumuta!”. So here it is, the first post written in Markdown format and generated for you with Jekyll.