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From anqing <...@statestreet.com>
Subject Integrating ActiveMQ with Jetty 9.1 for websocket support
Date Fri, 11 Apr 2014 15:43:55 GMT
Hi,

I am exploring various technologies in order to build a real-time web
application.  My current thinking is to use Jetty 9.1 as the app server and
embedded ActiveMQ as the messaging broker.  I want to take advantage of the
JSR-356 websocket support in Jetty 9 with STOMP as the sub-protocol.  But
I've also noticed that ActiveMQ supports websocket + STOMP as a transport. 
I'm wondering how these two work together.  I've heard that ActiveMQ's own
websocket is based on Jetty Continuation but does it work with Jetty 9.1? 
How do I embed ActiveMQ in Jetty 9.1 with websocket support?

One approach is to forget about ActiveMQ's own websocket transport support
and just write websocket handler within Jetty. Essentially I use Jetty to
handle all the transport related work.  I then write glue code to relay the
message to ActiveMQ destinations.  Vice Versa.  See this nice example:
https://blogs.oracle.com/brunoborges/entry/integrating_websockets_and_jms_with.

But then I have to mess around with STOMP messages and doing a lot of glue
coding.  If I can use ActiveMQ's websocket support directly without doing
all these, it will save me a lot of trouble.

How about Tomcat 8, which also has JSR-356 websocket support?   can I embed
ActiveMQ within Tomcat 8 and expect to get websocket transport support? 

I will greatly appreciate any insight into this.  Thanks!





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