Red Hat JBoss A-MQ

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A small-footprint, high-performance messaging platform.

Red Hat JBoss A-MQ

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1. Set up your Dev Environment

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Download, install and configure JBoss A-MQ:

  1. Download and extract:

    1. Download the latest version of Red Hat JBoss A-MQ. The latest at the time of this writing is Red Hat JBoss A-MQ 6.3.0 GA.

    2. Unzip JBoss A-MQ to any destination. The document will refer to this directory as AMQ_HOME

      • On Windows or Mac, you can extract the contents of the ZIP archive by double clicking on the ZIP file.

      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux, open a terminal window in the target machine and navigate to where the ZIP file was downloaded. Extract the ZIP file by executing the following command:

        unzip jboss-a-mq-6.3.0.redhat-187.zip

  2. Add users to A-MQ:

    Edit the file AMQ_HOME/etc/user.properties. Uncomment the last line so that systems can connect and access the message broker. The last line of the user.properties file has a # mark as the first character. Delete it and save the file. The edited last line should now look similar to this:

    admin=admin,admin,manager,viewer,Operator,Maintainer,Deployer, Auditor,Administrator,SuperUser

  3. Start the A-MQ broker: Scripts to start and stop the A-MQ broker are found within the AMQ_HOME/bin directory.

    • For Windows: Double-click on the AMQ_HOME/bin/start.bat file and accept security pop-ups as they appear.

    • For Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Mac: Execute the following command:

      AMQ_HOME/bin/start

      Tip
      To check the status of the A-MQ broker you can execute the status script found in the same directory as the start script. To learn more about the various scripts see the customer portal.​

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2. Install, Configure, and Verify

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Connecting to A-MQ:

  1. You may execute following command to check thes messages have been enqueue/dequeued

    • For Linux/MAC:

      AMQ_HOME/bin/client activemq:dstat

    • For Windows:

      AMQ_HOME\bin\client.bat activemq:dstat

  2. Or simply go to the administration console and login with ID:admin and PASSWORD:admin

3. Build your first JBoss A-MQ application

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Produce and consume messages:

  1. Sending messages to broker

    • For Linux/MAC:

      AMQ_HOME/bin/client "activemq:producer --user <Username> --password <Password>"

    • For Windows:

      AMQ_HOME\bin\client.bat "activemq:producer --user <Username> --password <Password>"

  2. Consume messages from broker:

    • For Linux/MAC:

      AMQ_HOME/bin/client "activemq:consumer --user <Username> --password <Password>"

    • For Windows:

      AMQ_HOME\bin\client.bat "activemq:consumer --user <Username> --password <Password>"

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