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From suedonne123 <>
Subject ActiveMQ and XMPP not functioning
Date Wed, 19 Mar 2008 17:29:53 GMT

I have installed and tested ActiveMQ 4.2.2 under JBoss 5.0.0 and Java6.
I am able to send/receive messages so I know the activemq installation is

I am trying to enable XMPP and use a Spark client to join conference
(subscribe to topic).
Following the directions in
I am able to login and I can see in the Jboss/activemq logs the following

13:01:40,266 WARN  [ProtocolConverter] Iq Unknown  to: null type: get from:
null id: 1zOtP-4 element namespace: localName: sharedgroup
13:01:40,282 WARN  [ProtocolConverter] Iq Unknown  to: null type: get from:
sad@com.fortna.sueBroker/spark id: 1zOtP-5 element namespace: vcard-temp
localName: vCard

(which I understand to be normal)...

when I click on the Join Conference button...OR the start conference menu
nothing happens.

It appears that this functionality is disabled in Spark client...
Is this due to some configuration that happens on initial authentication
with Jabber server (activeMQ
in this case???) 

Here is more information on what I have tried:
At first, I had been running against Java 1.6 and when Join Conference
button was pressed, I would
get an error in the activemq logs regarding Linkage error that jaxb-api.jar
was 2.0 and 2.1 was expected and I should use the endorsed libs stuff to put
the 2.1 version out there...

I changed my Jboss installation to run against 1.5 and now I get no error
messages and I get
no messages at all in the activemq/jboss logs that give me any indication
that the Spark client
did anything (I am guessing that it should have sent a message to the Jabber

I have found 1 or 2 postings which list some missing jars that this stuff
depends on...
Such as stax, etc...

Can someone give me the exact list of jars and jar versions that are
required to run xmpp transport????

And What should the jars and jar versions be under Java 5 versus Java 6???

Thank you.

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