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From ttmdev <joe.fernan...@ttmsolutions.com>
Subject Re: Looking for Help ActiveMQ and Jetty
Date Thu, 06 Sep 2007 23:05:43 GMT

You use the http: scheme to connect your client to a remote or external
broker. You also have available other schemes like https:, tcp:, and ssl: to
connect to a remote broker. Just depends what protocol you want to use. 

The vm: scheme is used to start an intra-JVM or embedded broker. So if you
use vm://bobert, you will launch and intra-JVM broker called "bobert". 

Joe


Zanderfax wrote:
> 
> So if my broker is running on server bob, I would change the value to
> vm://bob:1234 or would it be http://bob:1234?
> 
> J
> 
> 
> 
> chago wrote:
>> 
>> If you download ActiveMQ, the web demo module contains a few demos that
>> use Jetty with an embedded broker talking to web pages using the amq.js
>> script file. The embedded broker is configured in the web.xml file by
>> specifying the vm://localhost value. If you want to use an external
>> broker, you can just change this URL.
>> 
>> Be sure to use Jetty 6.1.4. I had problems using Jetty 6.1.5.
>> 
>> Please, point out any specific problems you run into.
>> 
>> -- jim
>> 
>> 
>> Zanderfax wrote:
>>> 
>>> So my question is this:  Is there any resource available that offers
>>> step by step instructions on how to configure Jetty to talk with an
>>> external broker and can use the amq.js mechanism for forwarding the
>>> messages to a web page?
>>> 
>> 
>> 
> 
> 

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