Tag Archives: activemq

Embedded ActiveMQ with SSL

By | August 15, 2016

Reading Time: 6 minutes In this post I will show how to run an embedded instance of ActiveMQ that uses SSL for communication. In the process I will also show how to configure a JMS client to use SSL. The resulting project is available on GitHub. I have omitted the keystore and truststore in this article – if you… Read More »

Running an ActiveMQ Broker with Maven

By | February 22, 2016

Reading Time: 3 minutes This short example will show you how to run an ActiveMQ broker with Maven using the ActiveMQ Maven plug-in, as part of running tests. In the example I will implement a Java unit test, but I think that running ActiveMQ with Maven will be more useful when, for instance, wanting to run a broker in connection… Read More »

Using Message Cowboy

By | August 4, 2014

Reading Time: 9 minutes In this second article about Message Cowboy, the tool to perform scheduled file moves and message transfers, I will talk a bit about how to use the program. Configuration Properties Using the configuration properties, we can configure which database will be used, whether to start an embedded ActiveMQ broker and some additional aspects of database… Read More »

Message Cowboy – An Introduction

By | July 22, 2014

Reading Time: 5 minutes Round ’em messages up and bring them home! Message Cowboy is a standalone integration program that allows for scheduling of tasks that transfer files or messages from one directory, JMS queue etc to another directory, JMS queue etc. Messages may be transformed or processed in some other way before being delivered to the destination. Some… Read More »

Embedded ActiveMQ Broker with Mule

By | June 26, 2014

Reading Time: 4 minutes In this post I will show how an embedded ActiveMQ broker is automatically started when using the broker URL “vm://localhost” in a Mule JMS connector, without any additional configuration, and how to disable this behaviour. I will also look at how to explicitly configure an embedded ActiveMQ broker in a Mule configuration file. As documented… Read More »