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From Dejan Bosanac <>
Subject Re: a top website with millions of page views migrating from morbidq restq to activemq
Date Mon, 17 Jan 2011 14:53:24 GMT
Hi Prasanna,

I'd suggest use of Apache Camel ( to do this
bridge between broker and the http server

Dejan Bosanac
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On Sun, Jan 16, 2011 at 12:27 AM, myprasanna <> wrote:
> hey guys,
> we are migrating from:
> to activemq. we would like to keep the interfacing intact, and want to know
> where to extend activemq so that we can maintain all the application logic
> at a web-server. for those unfamiliar with restq, it allows you to receive
> web-callbacks for 5 simple events: connect, disconnect, subscribe,
> unsubscribe, send_message; and the web-server can determine if any of these
> have to be allowed or not.
> what we want to do now is to extend activemq so that we continue to receive
> these callbacks. if we can write the extensions in ruby, that's most
> preferred, but java is OK, if it's going to be a simple set of calls. any
> high level guidance as to how to achieve this is highly appreciated. it
> seems like i have to extend a bunch of classes if i'm not wrong?
> cheers,
> -prasanna
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