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  • #16
    Well I think it looks much better now, the only thing that breaks is that your ActiveMQMessage broker starts a managementContext with JMX enabled so that it listens on port 1099 on the public interface which Heroku doesn't like (only the PORT env-variable might be listened on). I have no clue about AMQP configuration regarding this stuff. There are lots of entries in the spring forums and elsewhere. You can probably figure that out in seconds.

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    • #17
      I don't have any JMS stuff in it anymore.

      It is also odd how some URLs worked before in my app, but not when deployed out to Heroku. Not all of them but a good 35% of them that work locally, don't work on Heroku. But I can figure that out myself.

      Mark

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