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From Stanley Lewis <>
Subject Re: XMPP connection to ActiveMQ
Date Thu, 28 Jul 2011 18:20:56 GMT
Yeah, copying/replacing the existing jar in an installation would probably be the easiest way
to go.

If it's something that other folks might find useful you could also submit a patch by creating
a new Jira issue and attaching the patch, making sure to check the box that grants the project
rights to use the patch.

Regarding using various XMPP clients (pidgin etc) against the XMPP transport I would say that
the transport would probably need a bit more work to support that, I don't believe it's had
extensive interop testing.  Would be nice functionality to have though, and the I'm sure the
team would be open to any contributions in this area.

On Jul 28, 2011, at 1:22 PM, mcamnadur wrote:

> One more problem
> I wish to change part of the code of the ActiveMQ build which
> implements the RSS capability. I managed to locate the
> RSSMessageRenderer class and built it using maven. Now, how do I run
> the source build? or can I copy the jar file to a downloaded ActiveMQ
> instance (already built).
> Thanks
> Michael
> On Fri, Jul 22, 2011 at 8:00 PM, Stan Lewis [via ActiveMQ]
> <> wrote:
>> I think it ought to work unless Spark has some kind of issue with the
>> message that ActiveMQ is sending, can you consume messages from that
>> topic using the example consumer using openwire for example?  Also
>> might be worth coding up a simple client using the smack library,
>> that's what's currently used to test the XMPP stuff so there's some
>> code you could start with:
>> On Fri, Jul 22, 2011 at 11:00 AM, mcamnadur <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> Hi
>>> I am using ActiveMQ v5.5.0 and wish to integrate XMPP functionality to the
>>> topics. I followed the instructions on your website to the letter apart
>>> from
>>> 2 considerations:
>>> 1) I do have a woodstox library in the lib/optional folder but it is named
>>> woodstox-core-asl-4.0.7.jar.
>>> 2) I am using Spark version  2.6.3 because I could not find the version
>>> 2.0.0
>>> I am able to connect to the broker and send messages from the IM client
>>> (Spark) to the broker. This is verified from the administration dialogue
>>> for
>>> the broker, which shows the topic, subscriber and the number of messages
>>> sent. However, I am unable to send a message the other way round, i.e.
>>> from
>>> the broker to the client, using either the send_to feature of the console
>>> window or a separate java application writing to the same topic. What
>>> could
>>> be wrong?
>>> Thanks
>>> Michael Camilleri
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