Apache ActiveMQ Artemis supports the OpenWire protocol so that an Apache ActiveMQ 5.x JMS client can talk directly to an Apache ActiveMQ Artemis server. By default there is an acceptor configured to accept OpenWire connections on port 61616.

See the general Protocols and Interoperability chapter for details on configuring an acceptor for OpenWire.

Refer to the OpenWire examples for a look at this functionality in action.

Connection Monitoring

OpenWire has a few parameters to control how each connection is monitored, they are:

  • maxInactivityDuration

    It specifies the time (milliseconds) after which the connection is closed by the broker if no data was received. Default value is 30000.

  • maxInactivityDurationInitalDelay

    It specifies the maximum delay (milliseconds) before inactivity monitoring is started on the connection. It can be useful if a broker is under load with many connections being created concurrently. Default value is 10000.

  • useInactivityMonitor

    A value of false disables the InactivityMonitor completely and connections will never time out. By default it is enabled. On broker side you don't neet set this. Instead you can set the connection-ttl to -1.

  • useKeepAlive

    Whether or not to send a KeepAliveInfo on an idle connection to prevent it from timing out. Enabled by default. Disabling the keep alive will still make connections time out if no data was received on the connection for the specified amount of time.

Note at the beginning the InactivityMonitor negotiates the appropriate maxInactivityDuration and maxInactivityDurationInitalDelay. The shortest duration is taken for the connection.

Fore more details please see ActiveMQ InactivityMonitor.

Disable/Enable Advisories

By default, advisory topics (ActiveMQ Advisory) are created in order to send certain type of advisory messages to listening clients. As a result, advisory addresses and queues will be displayed on the management console, along with user deployed addresses and queues. This sometimes cause confusion because the advisory objects are internally managed without user being aware of them. In addition, users may not want the advisory topics at all (they cause extra resources and performance penalty) and it is convenient to disable them at all from the broker side.

The protocol provides two parameters to control advisory behaviors on the broker side.

  • supportAdvisory

    Whether or not the broker supports advisory messages. If the value is true, advisory addresses/queues will be created. If the value is false, no advisory addresses/queues are created. Default value is true.

  • suppressInternalManagementObjects

    Whether or not the advisory addresses/queues, if any, will be registered to management service (e.g. JMX registry). If set to true, no advisory addresses/queues will be registered. If set to false, those are registered and will be displayed on the management console. Default value is true.

The two parameters are configured on an OpenWire acceptor, e.g.:

<acceptor name="artemis">tcp://localhost:61616?protocols=OPENWIRE;supportAdvisory=true;suppressInternalManagementObjects=false</acceptor>

Virtual Topic Consumer Destination Translation

For existing OpenWire consumers of virtual topic destinations it is possible to configure a mapping function that will translate the virtual topic consumer destination into a FQQN address. This address will then represents the consumer as a multicast binding to an address representing the virtual topic.

The configuration string property virtualTopicConsumerWildcards has two parts separated by a ;. The first is the 5.x style destination filter that identifies the destination as belonging to a virtual topic. The second identifies the number of paths that identify the consumer queue such that it can be parsed from the destination. For example, the default 5.x virtual topic with consumer prefix of Consumer.*., would require a virtualTopicConsumerWildcards filter of Consumer.*.>;2. As a url parameter this transforms to Consumer.*.%3E%3B2 when the url significant characters >; are escaped with their hex code points. In an acceptor url it would be:

<acceptor name="artemis">tcp://localhost:61616?protocols=OPENWIRE;virtualTopicConsumerWildcards=Consumer.*.%3E%3B2</acceptor>

This will translate Consumer.A.VirtualTopic.Orders into a FQQN of VirtualTopic.Orders::Consumer.A.VirtualTopic.Orders using the int component 2 of the configuration to identify the consumer queue as the first two paths of the destination. virtualTopicConsumerWildcards is multi valued using a , separator.

Please see Virtual Topic Mapping example contained in the OpenWire examples.

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