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From "Robert Liguori (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (AMQ-3090) Improve/refine the "Send (Message)" form of the AMQ Web Console
Date Wed, 15 Dec 2010 18:43:01 GMT

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Robert Liguori updated AMQ-3090:
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    Description: 
Comparing the Send (Message) web page to the JMS Spec, I have a few refinements that would
aid in the clarity of the "Send" form (http://localhost:8161/admin/send.jsp) for AMQ users.

Please see the table in the attached spreadsheet for details.

Here's a quick look at my recommendations:

- Add tooltips to each web component.  
- Add validators to the components.
- Add a feature to disable all of the validators at once by deselecting a checkbox.
- Devide the page into more group boxes (sections); e.g., message header fields/values, misc
fields, message bodies
- Use radio buttons for the "Persistent Delivery" where the default is set to "Persistent"
- Use radio buttons for Queue and Topic			
- Use smarter components/validators for the "Priority" component.		
- Add support for different types of message bodies.			
- Analyze if other JMSX[XXX] messages can have components incorporated in the web page.		



  was:
Comparing the Send (Message) web page to the JMS Spec, I have a few refinements that would
aid in the clarity of the "Send" 'form' for inexperienced AMQ users.

Please see the matrix in the attached spreadsheet for details.

Here's a quick look at my recommendations:

- Add tooltips to each web component.  
- Add validators to the components.
- Add a feature to disable all of the validators at once by deselecting a checkbox.
- Devide the page into more group boxes (sections); e.g., message header fields/values, misc
fields, message bodies
- Use radio buttons for the "Persistent Delivery" where the default is set to "Persistent"
- Use radio buttons for Queue and Topic			
- Use smarter components/validators for the "Priority" component.		
- Add support for different types of message bodies.			
- Analyze if other JMSX[XXX] messages can have components incorporated in the web page.		




> Improve/refine the "Send (Message)" form of the AMQ Web Console
> ---------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: AMQ-3090
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AMQ-3090
>             Project: ActiveMQ
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>    Affects Versions: 5.4.2
>            Reporter: Robert Liguori
>            Priority: Minor
>         Attachments: JMS Message.xls
>
>
> Comparing the Send (Message) web page to the JMS Spec, I have a few refinements that
would aid in the clarity of the "Send" form (http://localhost:8161/admin/send.jsp) for AMQ
users.
> Please see the table in the attached spreadsheet for details.
> Here's a quick look at my recommendations:
> - Add tooltips to each web component.  
> - Add validators to the components.
> - Add a feature to disable all of the validators at once by deselecting a checkbox.
> - Devide the page into more group boxes (sections); e.g., message header fields/values,
misc fields, message bodies
> - Use radio buttons for the "Persistent Delivery" where the default is set to "Persistent"
> - Use radio buttons for Queue and Topic			
> - Use smarter components/validators for the "Priority" component.		
> - Add support for different types of message bodies.			
> - Analyze if other JMSX[XXX] messages can have components incorporated in the web page.
		

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