OSGi containers are becoming a deployment platform of choice for many developers these days. That’s why nearly all server-side Java software is packaged as OSGi bundles and ActiveMQ is not an exception. I wrote an article that goes into the details on how to deploy and use ActiveMQ broker and web console in Apache Karaf […]
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We’ve cut and thoroughly tested another Fuse Message Broker 5.3 release. If you need a stable 5.3 ActiveMQ version, try it out. You can find more info about this release here.
Another incremental improvement of the ActiveMQ 5.0 branch. Check release notes for more details.
While waiting for Apache ActiveMQ 5.3, you can try our latest cut of Fuse Message Broker 220.127.116.11. A lot of issues are already merged and thoroughly tested. Also, it very easy to do a switch back and forth (take a look at this article for more details).
ActiveMQ has been added to Hudson continuous-integration server instance at Apache http://hudson.zones.apache.org/hudson/job/ActiveMQ/. Now you can have more insight into test runs and snapshot builds. Hudson will also send failure reports to our dev mailing list, making us address them promptly. As a part of this change, the snapshots location and Maven repository has changed. If […]
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Fuse Message Broker 18.104.22.168 is just released. It’s mostly a work towards better stability, but there is also a couple of important bug fixes (release notes). If you’re still on ActiveMQ 5.0 branch, be sure to give it a try.
Quite often people ask how to “unacknowledge” the message using Stomp. I wrote a brief FAQ entry (with an example): http://activemq.apache.org/how-do-i-unack-the-message-with-stomp.html Also, be sure to use 5.3-SNAPSHOT (or later), since there were some improvements in that area recently.
Fuse Message Broker 22.214.171.124 has just been released, with a couple of issues fixed. You can find release notes here. I would like to take this chance to explain Fuse releases a bit and how you can easily switch between Apache and Fuse releases of ActiveMQ. Apache ActiveMQ and Fuse Message Broker are practically the […]
If you’re looking for ActiveMQ documentation, you can try reading online chapters of “ActiveMQ in Action” using Manning Early Access Program (MEAP) – http://www.manning.com/snyder/ New chapters has just been added: Chapter 2 provides a detailed overview of ActiceMQ Chapter 4 explains ActiveMQs message persistence options Chapter 7 addresses the aspects related to providing messaging services […]