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From Clebert Suconic <>
Subject Re: Artemis documentation
Date Sat, 25 Nov 2017 20:22:03 GMT
Are you using it embedded?

Just trying to think what you are coming from. And focus where to improve

On Sat, Nov 25, 2017 at 12:52 PM rth <> wrote:

> This is probably going to come off as whining. However, I hope the
> maintainers of Artemis will take it in the spirit it is intended, as a
> little (hopefully) constructive criticism.
> From what I gather, Artemis is going to replace ActiveMQ at some point in
> the future. If that is the case, I feel iike the project needs some work on
> the documentation. I have a feeling that in its current state the
> documentation may be a barrier to adoption.
> Currently I am trying to see what it would take to update a project to use
> Artemis. I think I'm going to be able to make it functional, but it seems
> to
> be taking a lot longer than it should. I end up digging through source code
> to see how to use features that the documentation merely hints about.
> For example, I have lots of unit tests that use the vm protocol. That's
> easy
> in ActiveMQ: using it to create a connection will start an embedded broker
> if there is not one present already. it appears that is not the case with
> Artemis, and I cannot figure out how to programatically start an embedded
> server that handles the vm scheme. I just ended up using the tcp protocol
> (and that was not particularly easy, either.)
> Another example: I cannot figure out how to disable persistence in an
> embedded broker, or even if it's possible. I am not using persistence, but
> my broker is creating journal files.
> A third example: I have no idea what most options are for
> TransportConfigurations. TransportConstants seems to tell me what options I
> can set, but I no clue what most of them are.
> --
> Sent from:
Clebert Suconic

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