Subject: Grouper Developers Forum
- From: Chris Hyzer <>
- To: Chris Hyzer <>, "" <>
- Subject: [grouper-dev] RE: grouper ActiveMQ integration
- Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2012 18:51:05 +0000
- Accept-language: en-US
This component is done and tested… if anyone wants to try it out feel free.
Here is something I have been working on, let me know any thoughts, perhaps we could discuss at the dev call on wed. Anyone else interested in using this?
BTW, I hope Penn and Penn State (and Brown?) can document some lessons learned on general ActiveMQ configuration / loadTesting / configuration / etc.
ActiveMQ is an open source application messaging middleware service where applications can send messages to other applications (or groups of consumers) in real-time without polling.
Grouper can be used to manage ActiveMQ authorizations. University of Pennsylvania and Penn State are interested in this component.
ActiveMQ users can send/receive messages to topics/queues, and also can dynamically create topics/queues. Grouper permissions can be exported and kept in sync (cron'ed and real-time) with a local permissions store. An ActiveMQ plugin reads the local permissions and enforces the rules.
The Grouper-ActiveMQ component is a jar that you can add to the ActiveMQ system (along with a few other jars), and some configuration that allows authorization managed from Grouper.
- [grouper-dev] RE: grouper ActiveMQ integration, Chris Hyzer, 10/28/2012
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