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From "Mario Siegenthaler" <>
Subject Re: Does jetty ajax jms have to use an embedded broker?
Date Thu, 31 May 2007 15:40:38 GMT
Yes, you can do that. The ajax-part is a servlet you can use in your
webapp and it can connect to any broker-url. F.e. you can add the
following to your web.xml


On 5/30/07, jefetech <> wrote:
> Can the javascript send/receive by using stand alone tcp or vm broker on
> another server? I need to have two webservers load balanced, so I need the
> broker to be on another server that is not part of the webserver being load
> balaced.
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