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From ttmdev <>
Subject Re: JMX over HTTP - How to?
Date Mon, 03 Mar 2008 19:17:23 GMT

Yes, if you're using a pure JMS client you can use the http transport w/out
having to deal with REST or AJAX. For example, if you're using the JNDI, you
can place the following brokerURL in your file. 

connection.httpConnectionFactory.brokerURL = http://host01:61616

>From your JMS client, you would then lookup the connection factory called,

In the broker XML file, you'll have to setup a http transport as follows:

<transportConnector name="http"     uri="http://host01:61616"/>

The following jar files are required in the CLASSPATH for clients:


You'll have to use the keytool for setting up the https and ssl transports.


Brian Munroe-2 wrote:
> I'm interested in configuring ActiveMQ to use the HTTP(S) transport,
> but I'm getting a bit cross-eyed regarding REST, HTTP(S) transports
> and AJAX.
> From what I understand, if I only have pure JMS clients, I can safely
> use the HTTP(S) transports without having to deal with REST or AJAX?
> I'm very new to both JMS and ActiveMQ, so I need some serious hand
> holding.
> I think I can figure out how to set up the HTTP(S) transports, but how
> would I modify my clients to use them?  I'm trying to use the examples
> and (provided in
> $ACTIVEMQ_HOME/examples/src) as my basis, but if someone has simpler
> examples, by all means, fire away.
> I know these are driven off of the build.xml, but I was just going to
> try and hard code the URLs for now.
> thanks
> -- brian

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