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If a given installation does not take advantage of the event messages which Fedora emits by default, it is possible to safely turn off the feature without any adverse side-effects.

The messaging configuration is defined in the Spring configuration. To turn off all messaging features, edit your Spring configuration and comment out or remove the following bean definitions:

  • JMS topic (class: org.fcrepo.jms.JMSTopicPublisher)
  • JMS queue (class: org.fcrepo.jms.JMSQueuePublisher)
  • ActiveMQ connection (id: connectionFactory, class: org.apache.activemq.ActiveMQConnectionFactory)
  • JMS broker (name: jmsBroker, class: org.apache.activemq.xbean.BrokerFactoryBean)
  • JMS message factory (class: org.fcrepo.jms.DefaultMessageFactory)