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From "Fraser Adams (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (QPID-3675) New Feature Announce - Java QMF2 API Implementation.
Date Sun, 10 Feb 2013 20:01:13 GMT

     [ https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/QPID-3675?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:all-tabpanel
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Fraser Adams updated QPID-3675:
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    Attachment: qmf2-v1.2.tar.gz

QMF2 & Qpid GUI Release 1.2

New Features:

* Initial set of QMF Console Connections is now configurable via the file
  qpid-web/web/ui/config.js
* Renders new Broker/Queue properties made available in Qpid 0.20 and allows
  the less frequently used ones to be hidden to avoid too much extra clutter.

Bug Fixes:

* Greatly improved reliability when selecting between different Connections.
  Previously there was occasional glitching when selecting a new Connection which
  caused it to hang on Broker Disconnected. It could be resolved by selecting 
  another Connection and selecting back, but this fix makes it generally better.
* Fixed "null pointer" bug that sometimes occurred when navigating to msgDepth
  graph - thanks to Sergey Zhemzhitsky for that!
* Fixed "null pointer" bug in Authenticator which caused a fairly unfriendly
  failure if a username was supplied that wasn't in the authentication.properties -
  thanks to Bruno Matos for that!
* Default to anonymous rather than guest if no username is supplied in Connection URL,
  this explicitly sets sasl_mechs:"ANONYMOUS" in the Java ConnectionURL for this case.
* For some but not all instances of IE8 the popup window "smoked glass" semi-transparent
  background got rendered with a weird gradient??!! After some Googling I believe
  that this was due to the 1x1 png image being used. I've replaced this with an 8x8
  image which apparently resolves this. I couldn't reproduce this on my XP or Win7
  IE8 VMs so I can't say for certain that this problem is definitely fixed..
                
> New Feature Announce - Java QMF2 API Implementation.
> ----------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: QPID-3675
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/QPID-3675
>             Project: Qpid
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>          Components: Qpid Managment Framework
>    Affects Versions: 0.12
>         Environment: Java QMF2
>            Reporter: Fraser Adams
>            Assignee: Ted Ross
>              Labels: features
>         Attachments: Firefox Graphs.png, IE8 Add Queue.png, ipod bindings.png, qmf2.tar.gz,
qmf2.tar.gz, qmf2-v1.1.tar.gz, qmf2-v1.2.tar.gz
>
>
> This is the first release of a QMF2 API Implementation for Java.
> Features:
> * Full Implementation of QMF2 Console, Agent and AgentExternal.
> * Supports QMF2 Query Subscriptions on Agent/AgentExternal implementations.
> * Emulates QMF2 Query Subscriptions on the Console side for the broker ManagementAgent
by
>   intercepting _data indications and filtering against QmfQuery. This is necessary as
the
>   ManagemetAgent doesn't yet support QMF2 style Query Subscriptions.
> * Console supports Agent discovery via findAgent() method, which can support partial
matches,
>   which is useful because the full Agent name has a UUID representing the "instance"
so it's hard
>   to know the full name.
> * QmfQuery supports regex matching.
> * Supports QMF2 WorkItem Event model and in addition supports an alternative QmfEventListener

>   Event model, which is rather more like the JMS MessageListener model.
> Example Tools Provided:
> * ConnectionAudit: Audits connections to one or more Qpid message brokers against a whitelist.
> * ConnectionLogger: A QMF2 class used to provide information about connections made to
a broker.
> * QpidConfig: QpidConfig is a fairly "literal" Java port of the python qpid-config tool.
Uses pure 
>   QMF2 for adding/deleting queues, exchanges & bindings this provides useful illustration
of how 
>   to do these things using the ManagementAgent method calls.
> * QpidCtrl: A tool to allow QMF2 methods to be invoked from the command line.
> * QpidPrintEvents: Collect and print events from one or more Qpid message brokers.
> * QpidQueueStats: Collect and print queue statistics. This is a rewrite of the Python
version and 
>   illustrates the use of QuerySubscriptions (via the Console side emulation)to subscribe
to 
>   objects on the ManagementAgent.
> * QueueFuse: QueueFuse provides protection to message producers from consumers who can't
consume 
>   messages fast enough. 

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