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From ttmdev <joe.fernan...@ttmsolutions.com>
Subject Re: What is the relation between broker and connectionfactory
Date Mon, 23 Jul 2007 17:33:22 GMT

Hi Jiang,

Any reason why you're not using JNDI to configure and access destinations
and connection cactories? I'm thinking it would be best to avoid referencing
AMQ-specific objects (e.g., ActiveMQConnectionFactory) and let JNDI render
the connection factories and destinations for you. It would make for
portable code.

Regards,
Joe


Jiang wrote:
> 
>  From JMS Spec, ConnectionFactory and Destination are the objects that
> administrator can admin. In activemq destination can be created through
> JMX(I have tried). But I don't understand ConnectionFactory very clearly ,
> in activemq , ConnectionFactory is created through constructor .  So I
> think if one client "new ActivemqConnectionFactory(url,user,pass) ", there
> will happen several things. First broker will create one factory object in
> broker side. Second client will get a reference to the factory
> object(maybe a reference to an agent object , which in fact communication
> to the remote factory object ). Then connection can be created through
> that factory reference. What I think is correct ?
> And in jconsole , what stands for ConnectionFactory?  Or if I want create
> one GUI tools admin activemq, which APIs should I use to get all
> ConnectionFactorys in one broker ? I do not know in activemq5.0 , through
> Web Console , what can I get ?(Just like jconsole or have
> ConnectionFactory list ,we can add/remove/view CoonectionFactory and so
> on...) 
> 
> Anyone knows about this ? thanks
> 
> 
> 

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