FUSE Message Broker 5.5.0 XML Schema

http://activemq.apache.org/schema/core
element services

Model
<services>
(broker | brokerService | commandAgent | forwardingBridge | inboundQueueBridge | inboundTopicBridge | jmsQueueConnector | jmsTopicConnector | ldapNetworkConnector | managementContext | masterConnector | memoryUsage | multicastNetworkConnector | networkConnector | outboundQueueBridge | outboundTopicBridge | pListStore | proxyConnector | storeUsage | systemUsage | tempUsage | (any element from any namespace other than http://activemq.apache.org/schema/core))*
</services>
Disallowed substitutions (block)
none (extensions, restrictions and substitutions are allowed)
Substitution group exclusion (final)
none (extensions and restrictions are allowed)
Content Type
element-only content, not nillable.
Usage
This element can be the child of element brokerService.
Scope
local declared in anonymous type of element brokerService
Documentation
              Sets the services associated with this broker such as a
{@link MasterConnector}
            

Nested Element Summary
choice
0...∞
anonymous type derived from anyTypebroker
          An ActiveMQ Message Broker.
anonymous type derived from anyTypebrokerService
          Manages the lifecycle of an ActiveMQ Broker.
anonymous type derived from anyTypecommandAgent
           An agent which listens to commands on a JMS destination
anonymous type derived from anyTypeforwardingBridge
           Forwards all messages from the local broker to the remote broker.
anonymous type derived from anyTypeinboundQueueBridge
           Create an Inbound Queue Bridge
anonymous type derived from anyTypeinboundTopicBridge
           Create an Inbound Topic Bridge
anonymous type derived from anyTypejmsQueueConnector
           A Bridge to other JMS Queue providers
anonymous type derived from anyTypejmsTopicConnector
           A Bridge to other JMS Topic providers
anonymous type derived from anyTypeldapNetworkConnector
           class to create dynamic network connectors listed in an directory server using the LDAP v3 protocol as defined in RFC 2251, the entries listed in the directory server must implement the ipHost and ipService objectClasses as defined in RFC 2307.
anonymous type derived from anyTypemanagementContext
           An abstraction over JMX mbean registration
anonymous type derived from anyTypemasterConnector
           Connects a Slave Broker to a Master when using <a href="http://activemq.apache.org/masterslave.html">Master Slave</a> for High Availability of messages.
anonymous type derived from anyTypememoryUsage
          Used to keep track of how much of something is being used so that a productive working set usage can be controlled.
anonymous type derived from anyTypemulticastNetworkConnector
          A network connector which uses some kind of multicast-like transport that communicates with potentially many remote brokers over a single logical {@link Transport} instance such as when using multicast.
anonymous type derived from anyTypenetworkConnector
           A network connector which uses a discovery agent to detect the remote brokers available and setup a connection to each available remote broker
anonymous type derived from anyTypeoutboundQueueBridge
           Create an Outbound Queue Bridge
anonymous type derived from anyTypeoutboundTopicBridge
           Create an Outbound Topic Bridge
anonymous type derived from anyTypepListStore
           
anonymous type derived from anyTypeproxyConnector
           
anonymous type derived from anyTypestoreUsage
          Used to keep track of how much of something is being used so that a productive working set usage can be controlled.
anonymous type derived from anyTypesystemUsage
           Holder for Usage instances for memory, store and temp files Main use case is manage memory usage.
anonymous type derived from anyTypetempUsage
          Used to keep track of how much of something is being used so that a productive working set usage can be controlled.

FUSE Message Broker 5.5.0 XML Schema

FUSE Message Broker 5.5.0 XML Schema