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From Christopher Shannon <>
Subject Re: ActiveMQ web console
Date Sat, 05 Dec 2015 06:03:07 GMT
There was some talk in another thread on the dev list about a possible
donation of AMQC.  I had mentioned this in that same thread but if the
project does get donated I would think making it into a separate ActiveMQ
sub project would be best.  Then it could support both ActiveMQ 5.x and
eventually Artemis as well as be released independently.

Also, with AMQC as a separate project the current webconsole could stay as
is and continue to be bundled with ActiveMQ for now and if the community
eventually decides that AMQC is a better alternative after a period of time
(as Tim said, it needs to be proven and we need user feedback), then the
old webconsole could be deprecated/removed.

On Sat, Dec 5, 2015 at 12:54 AM, Tim Bain <> wrote:

> If it works better than the current web console, I'd be in favor of
> deploying both and recommending the new one (and maybe eventually deploying
> only this new console, if it really does turn out to be a full
> replacement), once it's had a long enough shake-out period to fix any bugs
> and gain confidence that it really does meet most people's needs.
> But we're obviously still a long way from being ready to consider that
> possibility; for now, it looks primising but is unproven, and we need
> people to try it and say whether it really does work better (and how it
> could be improved).
> On Dec 4, 2015 10:32 PM, "artnaseef" <> wrote:
> > Interesting point.
> >
> > Jetty is a technology used by the current webconsole, so yes disabling
> the
> > same disables the webconsole.  That leads to the question, "is there any
> > issue with changing that dependency to jolokia?"
> >
> > Anyway, are we even talking about replacing the existing webconsole, or
> did
> > I read too much into the wording on the wiki for AMQC?
> >
> >
> >
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