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ActiveMQ in Action by Rob Davies, Dejan Bosanac, Bruce Snyder

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Chapter 11. ActiveMQ broker features in action

 

This chapter covers
  • Using wildcards and composite destinations
  • Utilizing advisory messages
  • Understanding virtual topics and retroactive consumers
  • Using ActiveMQ plug-ins
  • An introduction to Apache Camel

 

In the previous chapter we looked at deploying ActiveMQ in enterprise environments: how to deploy ActiveMQ for high availability and for passing messages across geographically dispersed locations. In this chapter we’ll look at some of the more advanced configuration options for the ActiveMQ message broker. We’ll look at receiving messages from multiple destinations using wildcards, and sending messages to multiple destinations at the same time using composite destinations. We’ll show how to ...

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