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From nickso <>
Subject Re: ActiveMQ 5.0 & java applets
Date Thu, 18 Sep 2008 15:58:23 GMT

Thanks for your help Bruce... but I've kicked a dead horse long enough. If
anyone has any examples that I might try, please post them. If the bug is in
log4j, then IMHO, I'd remove it because it's killing activemq. 
I'm not going the ajax route, and I need some near real-time messages pushed
out to clients/applets. Polling is not an option for my app to work... guess
I need to start writing some good 'ol fashioned sockets.

I hope to hear what others have done. All ears here!
Thanks again!

bsnyder wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 4:10 PM, nickso <> wrote:
>> I have not found an answer for this exact same problem. I've googled
>> until
>> I'm googled... Been working on this for a week now... any suggestions..
>> anyone?? .. please??
> IIRC, applets aren't allowed to access the filesystem and the default
> Log4J config in ActiveMQ defines a file appender. I don't know if
> you've already attempted this, but have you tried defining a new
> file that does not define a file appender (instead
> use System.out or a socket appender or something other than the
> filesystem) and point to that config via the log4j.configuration
> system property?
> Bruce
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