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  ActiveMQ configuration Getting Started Tutorial
     
  Add Date : 2018-11-21      
         
         
         
  In a production environment, ActiveMQ necessary configuration.

Configuring Security Authentication web management page

The default web page user name password admin: admin, very insecure,

Edit jetty-realm.properties files (user: password, group)

admin: admin123, admin

user: user123, user

Bind the IP and port management web page

Edit jetty.xml, find WebConsolePort