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From Brian Reinhold <brianreinh...@lampreynetworks.com>
Subject Re: How to configure embedded SSL broker using just Java code
Date Fri, 22 Nov 2013 18:32:43 GMT
Okay but I have actually already started down that path (using the *DTO
classes). I just couldn't see how they were linked to the brokerDTO. But I
guess many of them are nested and that is why. (Unfortunately I tried the
SslDTO first which is nested so I didn't see the connection.) So I guess the
hard part is figuring out the nested links. 

After looking at the KeyStorageDTO I see it has a lot of good SSL config
info in it and it is linked to the BrokerDTO by the 'key_storage' field.
This one is easy since it is not nested. (Wish I had started with this one
since the connection to the Broker is obvious!) The SslDTO object must be
used in one of the fields of the *DTO objects used in BrokerDTO.

So I suppose the way to proceed is to look at all the fields I can set in
the BrokerDTO object. Then look at all the objects that /these/ fields take
and within these objects the fields they take etc., and eventually I should
cover all the *DTO objects and see all possible configurations. 

I think I would like to contribute an example explaining that and
demonstrating it (once I get it working). It's not particularly obvious but
once you get a nack for the approach, it's pretty easy.

Thanks for the confirmation!



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