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ActiveMQ High Availability dynamic slave configurations

 
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I am quite new to ActiveMQ. I am trying to have High Availability feature implemented. And all I noticed in ActiveMQ is that if I have to specify the failover url, I have to specify that in code like,


So it means that, If I have to add one more Slave, I need to go and change the URL here and redeploy the changes. Or Either I need to have this URL in some property file.

Is there any other alternative configuration available to pick the dynamically added Slaves automatically

Thanks In advance.
 
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