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I worked for 20 years in hardware and twenty odd now in software, so change is an old friend. I consult on UNIX/LINUX to a variety of industries, write lots of bits for my own needs, love to help others over their hurdles.

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Hi, Yesterday I downloaded and extracted ActiveMQ and ran the consumer/producer example and it worked. Today I did the exact same thing but I get the following feedback: [CODE] C:\Java\apache-activemq-5.3.2\example>ant consumer Buildfile: C:\Java\apache-activemq-5.3.2\example\build.xml init: compile: [javac] C:\Java\apache-activemq-5.3.2\example\build.xml:146: warning: 'includeantruntime' was not set, defaulting to build.sysclasspath=last; set to false for repeatable builds consumer: [echo] Running consumer against server at $url = tcp://localhost:61616 for subject $subject = TEST.FOO [java] Connecting to URL: tcp://localhost:61616 [java] Consuming queue: TEST.FOO [java] Using a non-durable subscription [java] Caught: javax.jms.JMSException: Could not connect to broker URL: tcp://localhost:61616. Reason: java.net.Con nectException: Connection refused: connect [java] javax.jms.JMSException: Could not …

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Cisco in the server hardware business? With VMware? Using Linux? Has the world gone topsy-turvy while I wasn't looking? If you think about it, Cisco's forte--routers--are lightweight computers that do one specific job--routing packets from one network to another. So, their foray into the dark realm of higher-end server systems isn't such a big stretch for them. I should have known something like this was a-brewing when Cisco launched their "Inside The Box" contest using their AXP (Application eXtention Platform)--a Linux-based integration platform that runs on routers. Here's a look at AXP direct from Cisco: [COLOR="Green"][INDENT]Linux-based integration environment to develop …

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