A JMS handler is a JMS producer that publishes messages to an appropriately configured Java Message Service.

To enable the JMS handler, see "Configure a Custom Access Log". The JSON configuration file for the JMS handler has the following format:

    "class": "org.forgerock.audit.handlers.jms.JmsAuditEventHandler",
    "config": {
        "name": string,                    // Handler name, such as "jms".
        "enabled": boolean,                // Is the handler enabled?
        "topics": array,                   // LDAP: "ldap-access"; HTTP: "http-access".
        "deliveryMode": string,            // One of "NON_PERSISTENT", "PERSISTENT".
        "sessionMode": string,             // One of "AUTO", "CLIENT", "DUPS_OK".
        "batch": {                         // (Optional) Default: Use default settings.
            "capacity": number,            // Maximum capacity of publishing queue. Default: 1.
            "maxBatchedEvents": number,    // Maximum events to deliver in single publishing call.
                                           // Default: 1.
            "writeInterval": string        // Interval between transmissions to JMS.
                                           // Default: "10 millis".
        "jndi": {                          // (Optional) Default: Use default settings.
            "connectionFactoryName": string, // JNDI name for JMS connection factory.
                                           // Default: "ConnectionFactory".
            "topicName": string            // (Optional) Match the value in the context.
                                           // Default: "audit".
            "contextProperties": {         // JNDI InitialContext properties.
                // These depend on the JNDI provider. See the provider documentation for details.

For a sample configuration, see opendj/config/audit-handlers/jms-config.json-example.

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