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From Nanawel <>
Subject Re: [ActiveMQ 5.3.1] How to develop an authentication system and export it as a plugin?
Date Tue, 13 Apr 2010 16:09:52 GMT

Hi Gary, thanks for your help but I already took a look at this class.

Actually I think I did not express correctly what I want. Correct me if I'm
wrong but the SimpleAuthenticationPlugin is good for me because I don't need
to change anything on this side (users and groups). What I need to change is
the login process, and so the LoginModule. I know the implementation I'll
have to write, this is not the problem.

My major problem is to understand how to build it and make it a package I
can just "paste" into an existing ActiveMQ installation.

Sorry if I'm not really clear.


Gary Tully wrote:
> start by reading and
> understanding
> On 13 April 2010 10:05, Anaël Ollier <> wrote:
>>  Hi all,
>> I need to implement a special authentication plugin for ActiveMQ 5.3.1
>> and
>> I
>> don't know exactly how to do it.
>> I have a little experience in Java/JEE but not with Maven. I managed to
>> import the 5.3.1 release in my Eclipse (Ganymede) and I can compile it
>> without any error, and also export it to recreate the install package
>> from
>> the source. So far so good.
>> But how can I create a plugin to add my special authentication system?
>> And
>> how can I change the authentication plugin used by an installed ActiveMQ
>> from the configuration?
>> I read a lot of the documentation but it seems some parts are "missing",
>> or
>> I understand they are "useless" because "every developer knows that"...
>> but
>> me.
>> Some help would be very appreciated.
>> Thanks in advance!
>> Regards
>> --
>> Anaël Ollier
>> The eyeOS Project | | Web Desktop & Cloud Computing
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