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Page: ActiveMQ CPP 2.2 Release
New and Noteworthy This release has seen a large restructuring of the codebase to separate out to platform code into a new package called decaf. We are now making use of the APR and APR-Util libraries for platform independence. Also many new tests and bug
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 1.0 Release
New and Noteworthy This is our first official release of ActiveMQ CPP. Some of the included features are: CMS - a JMS-like API Implementation of the Stomp protocol (compatable with AMQ broker 4.0.2 and later) Extensible architecture for supporting additio
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 1.1 Release
New and Noteworthy This version fixes several bugs and adds a few new features. Updated interface for cms::BytesMessage - more JMS-like. Updated the MessageProducer interface to add multiple versions of the send method Fixed several memory leaks Now run o
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 2.0 Release
New and Noteworthy This version fixes several bugs and adds a few new features. Full OpenWire v2 support! You can switch between openwire and stomp via the connection URL Temporary destinations when using OpenWire Added support for asynchronous send Fixed
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 2.0.1 Release
New and Noteworthy This version fixes several small bugs that made their way into the 2.0 release. NOTE: Compatable with ActiveMQ Broker version >= 4.0.2 API Check out the API for this release here Download Here Description Download Link PGP Signature fil
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 2.1 Release
New and Noteworthy This version includes several bugfixes, as well as some new features. Also a lot of work has been done on performance and memory leaks. One new feature that has been highly anticipated is that we now build both shared and static librari
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 2.1.1 Release
New and Noteworthy This version includes several bugfixes, as well as some new examples.  Also a lot of work has been done on performance and memory leaks and stability. NOTE: Compatable with ActiveMQ Broker versions in the 4.0 family API Check out the AP
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 2.1.2 Release
New and Noteworthy This version adds support for building the client code on the Solaris platform using the Sun Studio 11 compiler. Also makes some small improvements to the AutoConf scripts on various platforms. NOTE: Compatable with ActiveMQ Broker vers
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 2.1.3 Release
New and Noteworthy This version adds more support for building the client code on the Solaris platform using the Sun Studio 11 and 12 compilers as well as fixed a small OS/X configure script problem. Also makes some small improvements to the AutoConf scri
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 2.2.1 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a minor release incorporating several bug fixes that have been found since the 2.2 release. NOTE: Compatible with ActiveMQ Broker versions in the 4.X and 5.X family API Check out the API for this release here Download Here Descr
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 2.2.2 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a minor release that contains bugfixes that were found since the 2.2.1 release. Also in this release the there have been several meory leak fixes and threading issues resolved. The connection URI options have changed to reflect
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 2.2.3 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a minor release that contains bugfixes that were found since the 2.2.2 release. This version adds support for responding to KeepAlive requests from the broker, and it now properly sets JMSX properties on both stomp and openwire
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 2.2.4 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a minor release that contains bugfixes that were found since the 2.2.3 release. NOTE: Compatible with ActiveMQ Broker versions in the 4.X and 5.X family API Check out the API for this release here Download Here Description Downl
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 2.2.5 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a minor release that contains bugfixes that were found since the 2.2.4 release. NOTE: Compatible with ActiveMQ Broker versions in the 4.X and 5.X family API Check out the API for this release here Download Here Description Downl
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 2.2.6 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a minor release that contains bugfixes that were found since the 2.2.5 release. Most noteably the code now properly encodes the strings sent in text message's and as properties in any message as proper modified UTF-8 encoded str
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.0 Release
New and Noteworthy The 3.0 release is a major update the to ActiveMQ-CPP client code, many areas have been rewritten to enhance performance and improve stability. The following are some highlights of this release: Newly added Failover Transport CMS API ha
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.0.1 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a bugfix release that mainly addresses problems found in the Failover support added in the initial 3.0 release. NOTE: Compatible with ActiveMQ Broker versions in the 4.X and 5.X family API This release is based on the CMS 1.3 AP
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.1.0 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a new Major release of ActiveMQ-CPP. Many new features have been added and several bugs have been fixed. The client now has an connection Inactivity Monitor which allows it to more quickly detect when a TCP connection has been b
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.1.1 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a bug fix release that resolves several memory leaks found since the 3.1 release. Also a few small issues with some compilers was addressed. NOTE: Compatible with ActiveMQ Broker versions in the 4.X and 5.X family API This relea
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.1.2 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a bug fix release that resolves several crash bugs found since the 3.1.1 release. Also a few small issues with some compilers was addressed. NOTE: Compatible with ActiveMQ Broker versions in the 4.X and 5.X family API This relea
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.1.3 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a bug fix release that resolves an issue on Windows that could lead to deadlocks. NOTE: Compatible with ActiveMQ Broker versions in the 4.X and 5.X family API This release is based on the CMS 2.1 API. Check out the API for this
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.2.0 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a major update for the ActiveMQ-CPP library adding in support for SSL, QueueBrowser, Message compression and more. Many issues have been addressed as well as work to improve performance and prevent memory leaks. The SSL support
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.2.1 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a patch release that addresses issues with the original 3.2.0 release for users on Windows, NOTE: Compatible with ActiveMQ Broker versions in the 4.X and 5.X family API This release is based on the CMS 2.2 API. Check out the API
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.2.2 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a patch release that addresses issues with the 3.2.1 release. Several issues that users were seeing as segfaults from APR Atomics have been addressed as well as a fix for sending and receiving empty MapMessages. NOTE: Compatible
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.2.3 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a patch release that addresses issues with the 3.2.2 release. This release fixes an additional issue found in unmarshaling MapMessage objects on Windows as well as fixing a threading issue that causes invalid client Ids to be ge
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.2.4 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a patch release that addresses issues with the 3.2.3 release. This release fixes an issue with the Stomp support as well as addressing some problems in the CMSTemplate classes. NOTE: Compatible with ActiveMQ Broker versions in t
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.2.5 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a patch release that addresses issues with the 3.2.4 release. This release fixes a bug that was causing the client to segfault on Mac OS as well as fixing an issue with the SSL transport and X509v3 Certificates. Several small is
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.3.0 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a major release of the ActiveMQ-CPP client which includes some API changes and several new features and improvements. Some additional methods have been added to the CMS API to make it easier to use. Some highlights for this rele
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.4.0 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a major release of the ActiveMQ-CPP client which includes some API changes and several improvements. Some additional methods have been added to the CMS API to make it easier to use. Some highlights for this release: Added start
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.4.1 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a patch release of the ActiveMQ-CPP client which includes some fixes for issues found since the v3.4.0 release. Implements the Session recover method. Fixed some build issues on Mac with dynamic libs. Fixed an issue with BytesMe
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.4.2 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a patch release of the ActiveMQ-CPP client which includes some fixes for issues found since the v3.4.1 release. Some build issues on various platforms were resolved. A problem with setting the username / password from the Connec
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.4.3 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a patch release of the ActiveMQ-CPP client which includes some fixes for issues found since the v3.4.2 release. This release resolves some memory leaks found in the prior 3.4.x releases in the TCP transport and in the use of Tra
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.4.4 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a patch release of the ActiveMQ-CPP client which includes some fixes for issues found since the v3.4.3 release. This release resolves some memory and thread leaks found in the prior 3.4.x releases having to do with Connection sh
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.4.5 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a patch release of ActiveMQ-CPP that fixes several issues found since the v3.4.4 release. This release contains fixes for memory leaks that can occur when a socket connection is broken during a message marshal or unmarshal as we
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.5.0 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a new Major release of ActiveMQ-CPP with several new APIs and internal changes meant to improve overall stability of the C++ client. Besides a large amount of bug fixing and memory fixing this release also features a lot of new
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.6.0 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a new Major release of ActiveMQ-CPP, a lot of bugs have been fixed that were found in the v3.5.0 release which should reduce memory consumption and improve overall stability. NOTE: Compatible with ActiveMQ Broker versions in the
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.7.0 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a new Major release of ActiveMQ-CPP, a lot of bugs have been fixed that were found in the v3.6.0 release which should reduce memory consumption and improve overall stability. Some new features have been added as well. Added supp
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.7.1 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a new patch release of ActiveMQ-CPP, a lot of bugs have been fixed that were found in the v3.7.0 release which should reduce memory consumption and improve overall stability. Several compilation fixes were made as well so things
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.8.0 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a new major release of ActiveMQ-CPP, a few bugs have been fixed that were found in the v3.7.0 and v3.7.1 releases which should reduce memory consumption and improve overall stability. Several compilation fixes were made as well
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.8.1 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a new patch release that resolves a memory leak issue found in the 3.8.0 and 3.7.x releases. If you are running an older release you are strongly advised to upgrade (you can work around the leak by disabling message audit in you
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.8.2 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a new patch release that resolves some issues that have been found since the last patch release. NOTE: Compatible with ActiveMQ Broker versions in the 4.X and 5.X family API This release is based on the CMS 3.2 API. Check out th
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP 3.8.3 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a new patch release that resolves some issues that have been found since the last patch release. NOTE: Compatible with ActiveMQ Broker versions in the 4.X and 5.X family API This release is based on the CMS 3.2 API. Check out th
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP product version number
This is a DRAFT proposal and has not been adopted as official policy by this project. In order to facilitate the correct use of libtool and the preparation of binary packages for distribution on Debian, Red Hat, etc, it is beneficial to have a written pol
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP Stomp
ActiveMQ-CPP Stomp Support Stomp is a simple text-based protocol supported by the ActiveMQ Broker that allows communication from a variety of clients (e.g. C++, Java, .NET, Ruby, Python, etc). If you'd like to learn more about the stomp protocol, go here.
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP Usage FAQs
This section covers general questions on how to use various feature of the ActiveMQ-CPP Library
Page: ActiveMQ-CPP, libtool and packaging notes
ActiveMQ-CPP, libtool and packaging notes Introduction This page attempts to summarise information to be considered when configuring libtool when packaging ActiveMQ for distribution on Debian, Red Hat, Solaris. Concepts Product version numbers Please see
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ActiveMQ-CPP API ActiveMQ-CPP 3.6.x
Page: Are there more FAQ Entries
Are there more FAQ Entries? Yes, see the ActiveMQ Main FAQ

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Page: Building
Dependencies libuuid On *nix sytems, the build requires the libuuid library that is part of the e2fsprogs package and is available from http://e2fsprogs.sourceforge.net/ which is not always installed by default. On Fedora/Red Hat/openSUSE, you should inst
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These are general hints and tips on Building the Library on various platforms etc.

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Page: CMS API 1.0 Release
New and Noteworthy This is the first official release of the C++ Messaging Service (CMS)!! CMS provides the following: JMS-like API (all pure-virtual classes) for messaging from C++ applications! Fairly mature API, having grown up under activemq-cpp Vendo
Page: CMS API 1.1 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a minor release of the C++ Messaging Service (CMS). This release is was done as part of releasing ActiveMQ-CPP 2.1 and contains the following updates: Removed dependency on the ActiveMQ-CPP Properties class Added support for exp
Page: CMS API 1.2 Release
New and Noteworthy This is a minor release of the C++ Messaging Service (CMS). This release is was done as part of releasing ActiveMQ-CPP 2.1.1 and contains the following updates: Made read methods of BytesMessage const so that asynchronous consumers (onM
Page: CMS API Overview
What is CMS? The CMS API is a C++ corollary to the JMS API in Java which is used to send and receive messages from clients spread out across a network or located on the same machine.  In CMS we've made every attempt to maintain as much parity with the JMS
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Page: Configuring
Configuring ActiveMQ-CPP The configuration of ActiveMQ is so slick, we decided to take a similar approach with ActiveMQ-CPP. All configuration is achieved via URI-encoded parameters, either on the connection or destinations. Through the URIs, you can conf
Page: Connectivity
ActiveMQ-CPP has been designed to have a pluggable connector architecture. Out of the box, it comes with support for the following protocols: Stomp OpenWire
Page: Creating Distributions
Creating a Distribution of ActiveMQ-CPP This should give you an idea of the steps involved with creating a new distribution of ActiveMQ-CPP. This content was extracted from http://www.apache.org/dev/mirror-guide-bodewig.html, so you may want to reference

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Before posting you might want to read the Tips for getting help. Many users prefer to use online forums rather than joining a mail list which can lead to lots more email traffic so we use the online forums at Nabble forums which also work with our Mailing
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Download ActiveMQ-CPP Latest Releases The current stable release of the code is the ActiveMQ-CPP 3.8.3 Release. All Releases

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Page: Enable OpenSSL support with autotools
When you build the ActiveMQ-CPP library using the GNU AutoTools the Configure script will automatically search for OpenSSL on your system and enable support for it in the code if its found. The search might fail if you have installed OpenSSL in a non-stan
Page: Errors from libstd++.la on Solaris 10 using the GNU Compiler
On Solaris 10 the libstdc++.la file is empty which causes the build to fail. In order to fix this you must fill in the libstdc++.la file with the correct information. There are two versions, one for 32 bit and one for 64 bit. The following listings show t
Page: Errors saying "no rule to make target"
If you get errors when building on solaris that indicate that there is no rule to make a target file one thing to check is if the file is really in your build tree. If you extracted the source archive with the sun Tar command then you may be missing files
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ActiveMQ-CPP in Action In the example below we create two classes HolloWorldConsumer and HelloWorldProducer each of which runs in its own thread. The Producer sends TextMessage objects via a MessageProducer instance to the ActiveMQ broker. The Consumer re

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FAQ Here are a list of commonly asked questions and answers. If you have any questions which are not on this list, please talk to us on the forums. We welcome contributions and this entire website is a wiki that you can edit so please join in and help us

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General Questions about ActiveMQ's CMS client.
Page: General Build Issues
Error during configure: "error: libpthread not found!" Getting an error about libpthread not found even though its installed, in many cases indicates that the tool chain required to build the library isn't fully installed.  One good place to start checkin
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Getting Started Guide Start off by getting a Download or by grabbing the Source and Building it.

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Page: Handling Advisory Messages
ActiveMQ supports advisory messages which allows you to watch the system using regular CMS messages. A few things that you can currently do with advisory messages are: See consumers, producers and connections starting and stopping See temporary destinatio
Page: How do I prevent autoconf from enabling OpenSSL support
In some cases you may not want to build in support for OpenSSL, since the Autotools script do this automatically we have provided a means to disable this, just add the disable-ssl options to your configure and no SSL support will be added: ./configure --d
Page: How do I use the SSL Transport
The first thing you need to do in order to use the SSL Transport in ActiveMQ-CPP is to build the library with SSL support enabled, for that see the Build FAQs. Once you have a build that supports the SSL protocol then its pretty simple, just replace the u
Page: How to enable SSL support on Windows
To enable support for SSL on Windows you first need to obtain a build of the OpenSSL libraries for Windows (See the OpenSSL site for details). Once you have the OpenSSL package for Windows installed you need to add the HAVE_OPENSSL preprocessor directive

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CMS (stands for C++ Messaging Service) is a JMS-like API for C++ for interfacing with Message Brokers such as Apache ActiveMQ. CMS helps to make your C++ client code much neater and easier to follow. To get a better feel for CMS try the API Reference. Act

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This section covers building the ActiveMQ-CPP Library with support for SSL using the OpenSSL library
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ActiveMQ-CPP OpenWire Support OpenWire is the native protocol used by the ActiveMQ. As of version 2.0, ActiveMQ-CPP supports the OpenWire protocol, with a few exceptions. ObjectMessage - We cannot reconstruct the object(s) contained in an ObjectMessage in
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Overview of ActiveMQ-CPP ActiveMQ CPP ships with a JMS 1.1-like API, called CMS. This helps to make your C++ client code much neater and easier to follow. In addition to CMS, ActiveMQ-CPP also provides a robust set of classes that support things such as t

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Page: Solaris Platform
Information specific to builds on Solaris
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Apache ActiveMQ-CPP code repository was moved to git, The old svn repo will not be updated. Web Browsing of SVN To browse via the web: https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf?p=activemq-cpp.git Checking out from SVN git clone https://git-wip-us.apache.org
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ActiveMQ-CPP Stomp Support Stomp is a simple text-based protocol supported by the ActiveMQ Broker that allows communication from a variety of clients (e.g. C++, Java, .NET, Ruby, Python, etc). If you'd like to learn more about the stomp protocol, checkout
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Getting Help If you are experiencing problems using ActiveMQ then please first try the FAQ. If you cannot find your issue then report your problem to our Issue Tracker You may also find it useful to discuss your issues with the community on the Discussion

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Tutorials This section lists the various tutorials and articles that cover how to use the ActiveMQ-CPP client.  Handling Advisory Messages

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Using ActiveMQ-CPP Getting Started CMS API Overview Example Configuring
Page: Using the Solaris CC compiler
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