The Message Broker which routes messages, maintains subscriptions and connections, acknowledges messages and handles transactions.
Provide context object for broker classes
Interface to be implemented by any object that wishes to have instance of @see BrokerContext
Represents the interface used to create a broker from a URI scheme.
Represents a plugin into a Broker
An interface used to represent a component that wants the
A connector creates and manages client connections that talk to the Broker.
A lockable broker resource.
Represents a lock service to ensure that a broker is the only master
Used to add listeners for Broker actions
A helper class to create a fully configured broker service using a URI.
Allows you to intercept broker operation so that features such as security can be implemented as a pluggable filter.
A useful base class for implementing broker plugins.
Manages the life-cycle of an ActiveMQ Broker.
This broker filter handles composite destinations.
Used to hold context information needed to process requests sent to a broker.
Holds internal state in the broker for a essageConsumer
Simple BrokerFactorySPI which using the brokerURI to extract the configuration parameters for the broker service.
Dumb implementation - used to be overriden by listeners
Implementation of the broker where all it's methods throw an BrokerStoppedException.
Inserts itself into the BrokerStack
Helper class for working with services that requires locking
Like a BrokerFilter but it allows you to switch the getNext().broker.
Holds internal state in the broker for a MessageProducer
Policy object that controls how a TransportConnector publishes the connector's address to the outside world.
A BrokerService that allows access to the key and trust managers used by SSL connections.
A holder of SSL configuration.
This broker filter handles the transaction related operations in the Broker interface.
Used to provide information on the status of the Connection
This broker filter will append the producer's user ID into the JMSXUserID header to allow folks to know reliably who the user was who produced a message.
Defines the value of the published host value.
This exception is thrown by the broker when you try to use it after it has been stopped.
An exception thrown when the broker or transport will be shutdown in response to an error, eg.
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