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From budcurtis <>
Subject Re: XBean Jetty config for ActiveMQ?
Date Tue, 04 Sep 2007 18:05:57 GMT

I tried to switch to a properties file.  The reason I was using the XML
configuration was it would let me configure Jetty for monitoring the message
broker via the browser.  Anyway, the properties set also failed with the
following error:

Could not find factory class for resource:

I searched the entire set of libraries and could not find a path as
indicated in any of the JARS.  I have 4.1.1 binary and thought it would be
the most stable and deliverable to our company, but for the moment it looks
shaky.  I donn't see how we will ever consider it over the simple VM message
exchange for JUnit testing purposes.

Please help.  I would like to get us off SONIC, but things are looking very
dim at the moment.

James.Strachan wrote:
> You've probably not got the correct jars on the classpath? e.g. grab a
> 5.0-SNAPSHOT of ActiveMQ, see its activemq.xml and its classpath (the
> jars on the lib directory) and check your classpath against it.
> On 8/31/07, budcurtis <> wrote:
>> I'm trying to include the jetty configuration in the ActiveMQ XBEAN:
>>   <jetty xmlns="">
>>     <connectors>
>>       <nioConnector port="8161" />
>>     </connectors>
>>     <handlers>
>>       <webAppContext contextPath="/admin"
>>              resourceBase="${activemq.base}/webapps/admin"
>> logUrlOnStart="true" />
>>     </handlers>
>>   </jetty>
>> but the URL is not available.
>> I get the exception:
>> BeanDefinitionStoreException: Unrecognized xbean namespace mapping:
>> Can someone tell what URL to use, or is it basically unavailable and I
>> should try another configuration method.
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