This example uses JNDI to connect as it means we can list out any bound topics and queues. Firstly configure the classpath group:
Next configure the JNDI context:
Double clicking the JNDI context shows its contents.
Right click on the connection factory in the context and select "create session". You can then right click on the session to discover the bound queues and topics.
The plugin lets you get queue and durable subscription depth as well as to truncate queues and durable subscriptions. It does not natively browse a durable subscription.
You must set the jmxUrl property to something like service:jmx:rmi:///jndi/rmi://localhost:1090/jmxconnector