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From Steven Turner <steventurner...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Use case of http transport connector
Date Mon, 07 Oct 2013 15:31:01 GMT
In addition to below post I also want to add some queries while using http
transport.

1. The HTTP transport is used to tunnel over HTTP(hypertext transfer
protocol) using XML payloads. http transport uses openwire, which operates
in binary format while http protocol don't understand binary data. So how
both of them communicate ? 

2. If http transport communicate with http protocol then it must use GET
POST methods, while sending the message. So does it use them and if yes
where should I capture these request, I have tried to see those GET POST in
browser using my host:port but got the below reply which is specified in
point number 3 

3. I have tried using 1 producer and 1 consumer, which were properly sending
and receiving messages but when I pasted url into the browser I got this
error "No clientID header specified"
---------------------------------------->
HTTP ERROR: 400

Problem accessing /. Reason:

    No clientID header specified
Powered by Jetty://  
---------------------------------------->

4. How http is different from Webscoket REST AJAX transports which all are
supported by ActiveMQ.
5. What is major advantage of http transport over TCP transport connector
and some use case for http transport where we can use it.


What is the exact relation between HTTP PROTOCOL, HTTP TRANSPORT, ACTIVEMQ,
JETTY SERVER and OPENWIRE ? How each of them operate simultaneously in
ActiveMQ ? 

Thanks,
Steven




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