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From Kevin Smith <ksm...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: Testing Java Broker & Client
Date Fri, 02 Feb 2007 14:17:34 GMT
Gordon Sim wrote:
> Kevin Smith wrote:
>> Gordon Sim wrote:
>>> Kevin Smith wrote:
>>>> I'm trying to test my SSL changes so I can submit the finalized 
>>>> patch. I'm getting NullPointerExceptions during connection setup and 
>>>> I think it might have something to do with how I've got the broker 
>>>> configured. Can someone point me at some resources about how to 
>>>> configure the broker?
>>>
>>> If you mean how to tell the broker which configuration file to use 
>>> then I believe you can specify the config file as a command line 
>>> option (--config or -c then the path). The default path is 
>>> $(QPID_HOME)/etc/config.xml.
>>>
>>> Or is it the contents of the config file itself you are inquiring about?
>>>
>> Yeah, I was a little vague :-)
>>
>> I'm looking for info on the contents of the config file. I figured out 
>> how to specify a config file and all of that. I'm suspecting that my 
>> actual config isn't quite right. Attached is the config I'm currently 
>> using.
> 
> Sorry; misunderstood! I'm no expert on the config file format, so if its 
> an authoritative statement on config file structure you're after I'll 
> need to leave that to someone else.
> 
> However, I know the example in broker/etc works without error and it has:
> 
>     <connector>
>         <ssl>false</ssl>
>         ...
>         <sslport>8672</sslport>
>         ...
>     </connector>
> 
> Assuming you have modified the code that reads that section as part of 
> your SSL work, the NPE is most likely from some part that isn't 
> specified in your file and is required but not checked.  Whats the stack 
> trace you see? Probably easiest to figure it out from that.
> 
Sorry for the delay - my day job has been a bit demanding of late.

Attached is the broker stack trace I get when a client just tries to connect to 
the broker.

--Kevin

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