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From Viktor Matić <>
Subject Is bidirectional bridging of two brokers possible?
Date Fri, 18 Jan 2008 16:13:41 GMT

I have installed two brokers (ActiveMQ 4.x)  on which producers are  
creating queues with identical names. At some point I need to  
interconnect these two brokers to enable message flow between them. My  
idea is to create a queue in the first one eq. out1.queue which is  
bridged to the other message broker and named eg. in2.queue. This can  
be easily done with bridging and everything works as it should. I also  
need to send messages in opposite direction, from second broker to the  
first one. I have tried to use same approach to solve this but I have  
failed. Logically, problem arise while trying to start message brokers  
because first one started complains with exception Could not connect  
to broker URL: tcp://

I have read posts that suggests using network of brokers to resolve  
situations described above. But as I can understand in that case all  
queues propagate through whole network of brokers. Which in my case  
would lead to queue name collision since these to brokers contain  
queues with same names.

I am new to JMS technology so my apologies if I am asking to simple  

What is best approach to bidirectionally interconnect to brokers?


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