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From cmoulliard <>
Subject Re: Transport protocol "jms-tcp" - how to use?
Date Mon, 31 May 2010 14:48:19 GMT

Hi Matthes,

There is no jms protocol. JMS is a specification allowing to produce/consume
messages from a broker. ActiveMQ provides different protocol to communicate
to the broker. If your application runs inside the same virtual machine that
ActiveMq, you can use vm:// protocol otherwise tcp://. If the connection
must be encrypted, SSL:// will be used and so on ....



Matthes Rieke wrote:
> Hi,
> I am rather new to JMS and ActiveMQ but managed to get some simple things
> running. For my work I have to implement a bridge from JMS to SOAP. I have
> an URL from a external server who is prdoviding some dynamic topics. But
> this server is using the protocol jms-tcp (e.g.,
> "jms-tcp://"). ActiveMQ seems not to support this
> protocol and I have done a few hours of google search and did not find
> anything that uses this transport protocol.
> Is there any way to connect to this server?
> Best Regards,
> Matthes

Charles Moulliard
SOA Architect

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