Proton-J is used to support the AMQP protocol. If you don't have any need for AMQP support then I think you'll be safe removing it.
Also, this question should have gone to the "user" list. Justin On Fri, Apr 6, 2018 at 8:22 AM, William Hodges <william.hod...@sas.com> wrote: > Hello all, > > I tried to post this message on the forum but I got a reply that it was > not delivered. Hopefully, this will reach the mailing list. > > > I need to remove the proton-j jar in the lib/optional/ directory but I'm > not sure how that will affect ActiveMQ. My testing after removing the jar > has been successful but I'm worried there are certain use-cases that will > break it. > > How is the proton-j jar being used by ActiveMQ? Under what circumstances > would removing this jar negatively affect ActiveMQ? > > Thanks! > > William Hodges > Platform Research & Development > william.hod...@sas.com<mailto:william.hod...@sas.com> > (919)531-4739 x14739 > >