An example of using Apache Qpid JMS client with Apache ActiveMQ AMQP protocol.
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ActiveMQ AMQP Example

This is an example of using Apache ActiveMQ's AMQP 1.0 protocol with the Apache Qpid JMS client.

Notes:

  • all instructions assume you are executing from the top level directory of this project
  • it is assumed you have Apache Maven 3.2.3 or newer installed, and that you are familiar with its usage
  • assumes you are using Apache ActiveMQ 5.11.0 or later, or JBoss A-MQ 6.3.0 or later

Note: All of this code will run correctly against either Apache ActiveMQ 5.11.0 or JBoss A-MQ 6.3.0 as both internally use the same ActiveMQ 5.11.0 code base.

JBoss A-MQ 6.3.0 Setup

For this example to work, make the following changes to your Apache ActiveMQ or JBoss A-MQ installation

  • Create a user named admin with password admin by adding admin=admin,admin to the end of the file etc/users.properties
  • Add the AMQP 1.0 transport connector bu adding the following to the transportConnectors section of the etc/activemq.xml file (more details here http://activemq.apache.org/amqp.html):
    <transportConnector name="amqp" uri="amqp://0.0.0.0:5672"/>

Starting ActiveMQ

Start the broker in a shell from the Apache ActiveMQ install:

shell1> <activemq_home>/bin/amq 

Start the message consumer in another shell from the top level directory of this project:

shell2> mvn -P consumer

Start the message producer in another shell from the top level directory of this project:

shell3> mvn -P producer

The message producer is coded to send 100 messages. The consumer will log the messages it receives, and will timeout and exit after 120 seconds of inactivity (no messages received).