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From "Thomas, Ishmael L" <itho...@regis.edu>
Subject RE: what credentials does activemq-bstat accept
Date Fri, 11 Oct 2013 21:17:10 GMT
It depends on your web service infrastructure. For example, if you're using pure web servers
like Apache Tom Cat to authenticate JMS requests before reaching an EJB container hosting
JMS services (resources), then you'll have to modify xml files and use one of the following
security realms in the web container to configure the appropriate security roles: DataSourceRealm,
JNDIRealm, JDBCRealm, and MemoryRealm. If you're using an EJB like GlassFish without a web
server front-end to maintain security access to JMS services (resources), then you can use
GlassFish services (GUI) to modify security and authentication (roles) for JMS services (resources)
without having to modify xml files. So, you have to determine what type of JEE container is
managing your security credentials. From there, you need to determine how roles and resources
are mapped by that container. 

Sincerely,
Ishmael Thomas  
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From: sumit.wattal [sumit.wattal24@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, October 11, 2013 12:10 PM
To: users@activemq.apache.org
Subject: what credentials does activemq-bstat accept

Hi,

I have a ActiveMQ 5.8 broker setup on my machine and wanted to check the
broker stats. While running activemq-admin bstat <brokername> --jmxurl
service:jmx:rmi:///jndi/rmi://127.0.0.1:1099/jmxrmi --jmxuser <userName from
jmx.access> --jmxpassword <password from jmx.password> I always get an
exception saying - Authentication failed! Credentials required

I have configured the broker to use Jmx.

Thanks,

Sumit



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