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You need SwiftMQ 3.x plus the JMS XA/ASF Swiftlet. A detailed description of the required changes to the JBoss config files is provided in the JMS XA/ASF Swiftlet documentation.more
Can I restrict access between routers of a network, e.g. a router can only send to particular queues/topics of a remote router?
SwiftMQ has a local authentication design where each router in a router network has to be a trusted router of the network. Each router serves as en entry point to the whole network and can auth...more
All Topic Manager Swiftlets in a router network are working federated. They exchange subscription messages on a "some/none" base. That means, they send a subscription message to all other Topic ...more
There are two ways. Launch the SwiftMQ explorer, connect to the router and navigate to JMS Swiftlet/Listeners. Select the listener you want to modify, remove it and create a new one with the speci...more
Why do I get this message when I try to connect to a queue ? javax.jms.InvalidDestinationException: Queue '<queueName>' is not local! Can't create a Consumer on it!
SwiftMQ is based on a framework of components named Swiftlet(R). It is differentiated between Kernel and Extension Swiftlets. Kernel Swiftlets provide the basic functionality of a router and Exten...more
Alessandro A. Garbagnati writes: Tomcat is just a servlet container, not an EJB container nor an application server, so it does not contains any JMS basic support. However, there's nothing stopp...more
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Answer by Josh Rayls I believe the best way to do this would be to use an ObjectMessage. Simply store your File object in the Message. ObjectMessage msg = queue_session.createObjectMessage(); ...more