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From devdev <>
Subject Re: ActiveMQ questions
Date Sun, 10 Aug 2008 18:16:59 GMT

Thank you Kevin for your reply.  I was under the impression I don't need to
use an embedded broker.  I took the example deployment xml as if I was using
ActiveMQ that is running the appserver but I would change the url to the 5th
computer.  That is using the MessageDrivenBean in my EJB.  But somehow I
couldn't not connect to the ActiveMQ sitting on that 5th computer. After
trying many things, I am wondering if there is something wrong w/ my XML
deploy  file or the whole approach is not supported.


Kevan Miller wrote:
> On Aug 8, 2008, at 2:13 PM, devdev wrote:
>> Regarding #1, would you please point me to some instructions or  
>> examples?  I
>> have a 4 appservers running on different computers and I'd like to  
>> install
>> an ActiveMQ on a 5th computer and have the 4 appservers sending/ 
>> receiving
>> message from AMQ.
> I don't know of any explicit documentation for this use case. Perhaps  
> someone would be interested in generating some?
> This URL shows the deployment plan used for the embedded ActiveMQ  
> resource adapter --
> Note the property setting for 'ServerUrl'. If you're using the same  
> version of ActiveMQ that Geronimo embeds (G 2.1.2 uses 4.1.2), you  
> could use the above plan as a guide and deploy a new resource adapter  
> for the external ActiveMQ server. Alternatively, if you're using a  
> different ActiveMQ version, deploy the activemq rar file (in lib/ 
> optional of the activemq installation) using the same general scheme  
> -- setting the ServerUrl property in your deployment plan (assuming  
> ActiveMQ has not changed their RA config properties).
> --kevan

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