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From ronchalant <>
Subject Re: Dynamic Brokers
Date Tue, 24 Mar 2009 23:01:02 GMT

Great, thanks Bruce, I'll look them over.. I don't know how I missed them..

bsnyder wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 2:58 PM, ronchalant <> wrote:
>> I want to embed an ActiveMQ broker into an application so that when the
>> application starts, the broker starts.  This broker would be part of a
>> chain
>> of brokers in a store-forward architecture*, and these brokers may go
>> up/down.  What I need to be able to do is that as brokers are added or
>> removed from a system, other brokers recognize this.  All consumers would
>> be
>> local; this is intended to be used to distribute tasks among different
>> instances of the application.
>> Are there samples anywhere of this sort of thing, starting the ActiveMQ
>> Brokers dynamically within code, and tearing them down within code as
>> well?
>> Ideally, in a controlled teardown, I'd like to forward all messages to
>> other
>> brokers if any are available manually (though this isn't critical,
>> because
>> if the node comes back up it should just pick those messages up under
>> store-forward, correct?)
> There are JUnit tests throughout the code base that demonstrate how to
> do this. Here's some info on some ways to embed a broker:
>> I apologize if I'm missing the examples somewhere on the site, all I'm
>> seeing is various ways to start/stop brokers, producers and consumers
>> from
>> the command line.
>> *tentatively; a master/slave w/ KahaDB might be preferable if it was
>> stable
> Master/slave can be configured either using an activemq.xml and a
> BrokerFactoryBean or it can be configured completely programmatically
> using Java code. You'd just need to instantiate and configure the
> correct Java classes for the persistence of your choice.
> Bruce
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