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From Christian Posta <christian.po...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: need example for Perl STOMP access to ActiveMQ.Statistics.Broker
Date Fri, 02 Nov 2012 13:57:52 GMT
When you subscribe to the queue that will receive the stats, add a header
to the SUBSCRIBE frame of this value:

"transformation:jms-map-json"

there is also a jms-map-xml if you prefer xml

cheers

On Fri, Nov 2, 2012 at 6:15 AM, Fulko Hew <fulko.hew@gmail.com> wrote:

> On Fri, Nov 2, 2012 at 4:15 AM, Geurt Schimmel <
> GSchimmel@schubergphilis.com
> > wrote:
>
> Looked into AnyEvent::STOMP, but think it's rather obscure.
>
>
> Actually, its not obscure, and it fits into the SNMP/ActiveX library I
> wrote.
>
>
> > Would recommend JMX instead.
>
>
> I'm trying to avoid Java (at all costs)
> ...After 15 years of fighting with it...
>
> Using just one Jython (no JMX for Perl I'm afraid)
>
>
> FYI: There is something called Jmx4Perl, based on a Jolokia *agent* (
> www.jolokia.org)
>
> script to monitor all objects (broker, queues, topics). Start with enabling
> > JMX (/etc/default/activemq on Unix) and use (eg) jconsole to browse
> through
> > all JMX exposed objects. And more than happy to share my Jython script.
> >
>
> Thanks, but I'm not going to add 'another' language to my NMS architecture.
> Not when its not required.  If I have to, I'll do it in straight Java,
> because
> at least then, (some of) my other corporate teammates, might follow the
> code.
>
> [its hard enough to get some people to appreciate Perl (which they've at
> least heard of), let alone Python which they haven't, or even less,
> Jython.]
>
> I've made progress on the Perl/STOMP front.  The issue now is understanding
> the various 'transformation's that are available (from ActiveMQ?) and being
> able to decode the results into a native/usable Perl (hash?) constuct; but
> that doesn't seem to be too hard (in the light of a new day on the
> problem).
>



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