I'm very happy to announce the release of PyMQI 1.3.
PyMQI allows users to connect Python applications to WebSphere MQ queue managers.
It can be used to develop test harnesses for WebSphere MQ based systems, for rapid prototyping of WebSphere MQ applications, for development of administrative GUIs or for mainstream MQ application development.
PyMQI has been used in production environments for 10+ years on Linux, Windows, Solaris and AIX with queue managers running on Linux, Windows, Solarix, AIX, HP-UX and z/OS mainframe. Supported WebSphere MQ versions are 5.0 onwards, including 7.5.
* Support for MQ 7.5 * The development effort has moved to GitHub https://github.com/dsuch/pymqi
Special thanks to Alexander Fomichev and Umapathy Subburam for their support and patches!
*Hello world with PyMQI*
Here's an example showing how easy it is to connect to WebSphere MQ and put a message on a queue.
qmgr = pymqi.connect('QM01', 'SVRCONN.1', '192.168.1.121(1434)')
q = pymqi.Queue(qmgr, 'TEST.QUEUE.1') q.put('Hello from Python')
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