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From "rparker@gatech.edu" <rpar...@gatech.edu>
Subject Sending Stream from C++
Date Wed, 21 May 2008 18:40:19 GMT

I need to send out a stream of data from a C++ program to multiple Java
clients.  I've searched around on google for info to do this with ActiveMQ,
but I haven't found anything useful.  There is some talk about using streams
with Java, but that doesn't really help my situation.

There is a server that is getting a live camera feed into it, and it needs
to send this video feed to several Java clients.  I've heard that ActiveMQ
would be a good choice for this type of messaging, because it is very
flexible.  I thought about breaking the stream into smaller messages,
sending those, and rebuilding the stream on the client.  This seems like it
might be inefficient.

Let me warn you by saying, I've never used ActiveMQ before btw.

Does this seem plausible?  Is there a better way to do this that I have
missed?

Thanks for your help.
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