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#5 nfc and jms

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nobody
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2001-03-08
2001-01-15
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    Hi,

    I'd have put this up on the message board, but the
    registration on sourceforge seems to be down:-(
    I'm aboput to try and hook up two of my local servers
    and my question is:
    How do I enable the jms feature between two servers?
    Is it simply a matter of setting:

    jms.enabled=true

    Not doing anything with jndi.initial

    jms.provider= ???

    I assume that smqp://localhost:4001/timeout=1000 is in
    fact the local host and I don;t need to anything. Do I
    add, after a comma, a potential remote host as
    smqp://servername:4001/timeout=10000
    and then on the remote host do the converse?

    Do I need to do anything else?

    Where does the jms topic, user, and password come into
    play?

    Are there any other remote hosts that I can connect to?

    Like your product :-)

     
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    I have not yet written a howto for this. It involves
    installing and running a JMS implementation (router) on your
    machine. SwiftMQ (http://www.swiftmq.com/ is an excellent,
    free JMS implementation). Once you set up your JMS router,
    configure both NFC servers to use the same JMS provider. As
    for username/password, that depends on whether you decide to
    set that up in your router.

    If you like, you can join the little NFC net we have running
    (myself and a nice guy from Germany). Email me at
    taso@users.sourceforge.net for details about this.

     
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    i have the one problem!

    i not segure, how put the images in the console!
    If use a panel, or canvas and what path?

     
  • Taso Lyristis
    Taso Lyristis
    2001-03-08

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