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From "Abdullah Jibaly" <>
Subject Re: Using activemq as a jabber server
Date Fri, 09 Mar 2007 16:07:31 GMT
Hi James,

Thanks for the response. The method you outlined is exactly what I
want to use it for. However, I think my question is much more basic:
In the xmpp page you have an example with spark, using a username and
password right? How do I configure a username and password is my
question? I tried putting in a random username and password and i get
back "invalid username/password"...


On 3/9/07, James Strachan <> wrote:
> On 3/8/07, Abdullah Jibaly <> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I'm having trouble setting up ActiveMQ as a Jabber server. I tried to
> > follow the directions on the xmpp page but there are lots of holes in
> > it. For example, how do I configure the username/password, where do i
> > set those up? Has anyone been able to follow that assuming no other
> > knowledge of ActiveMQ? BTW, I followed the article on Infoq regarding
> > activemessaging so I was able to get messages getting sent just fine,
> > but had no luck with xmpp. Also, I had to build activemq from source
> > using maven because the latest 4.1 binaries do not include the xmpp
> > transport.
> >
> > So in summary:
> >
> > How do i setup jabber users so they can connect?
> Note that the XMPP support is not really meant as a fully fledged
> Jabber server supporting all of the various Jabber features - its more
> a way to be able to use your Jabber client to talk to ActiveMQ as a
> kinda management/operational tool
> The out of the box default has no security enabled, so you don't need
> to worry about configuring anything if you just want to get things
> going - just enable the xmpp transport connector in activemq.xml.
> If you want to enable some kinda security mechanism, see...
> --
> James
> -------

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