Thursday, February 25, 2010

Added SSL support to NMS.ActiveMQ today

I spent the last couple days trying to decipher MS documentation on SSL support and finally figured out enough to get basic SSL support working in NMS.ActiveMQ. No bells and whistles yet in the SSL transport but it seems to work fine with AMQ so I'm happy. Would love it if some users would checkout trunk and give it a spin, let me know what you find and what you think needs fixed / added.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

ActiveMQ-CPP 3.1.1 Released

ActiveMQ-CPP 3.1.1 was just released. This is a patch release so there's no API changes or other major internal changes, just a few memory leak fixes that should help to improve overall stability. Grab your copy today from here:

Friday, February 12, 2010

Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.2.0 officially released.

Finally, the release of Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ 1.2.0 is done. This version is a major update over 1.1.0 and include a lot of great new features as well as many fixes. You can download the source or binary bundles from here.

Changes in this version include:
  • Support for ConnectionMeteData in the Connection API.
  • Supports the new Individual Acknowledge Mode.
  • New IStreamMessage support
  • New IRedeliveryPolicy interface and PrefecthPolicy support.
  • Expanded IByteMessage interface to read/write primitive types.
  • Message's adhere to the JMS Read only and Write only rules.
  • Many new Unit Tests added to the Test Suite.
  • Support for Message Body Compression.
  • Connection Inactivity Monitor.
  • Optional Asynchronous Reconnects in the Failover Transport.
  • Optional Timeouts for Dispose and Close of Sessions.
  • Many more bugfixes and improvements as well.

Monday, February 8, 2010

First Release of NMS.Stomp is out.

Apache.NMS.Stomp v1.2.0 is now official, you can download the source and binary distributions here. This client is built on the v1.2.0 NMS API and requires that you download the binary distribution of NMS 1.2.0 as well.

The .NET Stomp client supports the .NET Compact Framework 2.0 and above and supports much of the NMS API. Support for MapMessage is implemented using XML and ActiveMQ's built in message transformation tools for stomp, see here.