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From Swampcritter <michael.wors...@morris.com>
Subject Re: Understanding Active MQ
Date Fri, 23 May 2008 16:34:10 GMT

Ok cool, so then I can use a single instance of the Active MQ as a master and
then just use clients to access the broker.

Okay, quick question. How do I setup queues for the remote clients to access
the broker? I found the conf/activemq.xml file for connectors, but I cannot
find any place to put in a simple test queue or even a dead letter queue for
mishandled messages.

Am I missing something or looking in the wrong place?

-- Michael



ttmdev wrote:
> 
> With ActiveMQ, clients and brokers are not required to reside on the same
> machine/site. So the answer to your last questions is, yes. The point A
> and B clients can exchange messages via the remote central broker. 
> 

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