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How to ‘JMS’ PHP

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Most PHP scripts run over Apache and enable a dynamic user interface with an HTTP browser.

Note that in order for the PHP / Java extension to work on Apache, you need to run the PHP as a CGI or run the PHP on a prefork compiled Apache.

RMI security note

PHPMQ uses the RMI interface of MantaRay. There are security considerations that need to be taken into account in order for the RMI API to work. Refer to: Also see the security policy at:

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