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From Chris Twiner <>
Subject Re: Muse on Apache Qpid :)
Date Mon, 23 Feb 2009 15:44:30 GMT
Hi Andrea,

it sounds like an interesting project especially the use of dynamic resources.

Just out of interest whilst I can understand that different queues /
channels require different resources and wsdl I don't understand why
there isn't still a finite number of interfaces. Could you please
expand on that?

Re util.logging, perhaps a simple wrapper could be used instead like
sl4j. Any such change would have to wait until 2.3.0 which is some way
off I'm afraid.


On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 4:11 PM, Andrea Gazzarini <> wrote:
> Hello Muse devs,
> I'd like to inform you that Apache Muse has been (widely) used as WSRF
> engine on Apache Qpid WS-DM adapter.
> What is that?
> First of all, Apache Qpid ( is an implementation
> of the latest Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) specification; It
> provides transaction management, queuing, distribution, security,
> management, clustering, federation and heterogeneous multi-platform support.
> As part of that, a sub-module called QMan
> ( has been
> developed (its development is still in progress). It enables Qpid remote
> management using two technologies :
> - JMX :
> - WS-DM :
> Note that the documentation is still in progress too :)
> Concerning the WS-DM adapter I strongly used Apache Muse framework in order
> to expose domain objects for management. I just override some default
> behaviours (extending them) because the basic requirement was to enable
> WS-Resource definition at runtime. I mean, domain objects that need to be
> exposed for management are built at runtime so the corresponding WSDL cannot
> be static and cannot be determined at startup,
> Just a little question : while I was poking around the code, I saw that It's
> not possible to change the logging implementation (java.util.Logger)
> ...isn't that a limit from an extensibility point of view?
> Best Regards,
> Andrea

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