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Trying to determine if my app uses Open SSL or other package

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I definitely have OpenSSL on my system.  What I am trying to do is determine if my application (ActiveMQ is actually using Open SSL)

rpm -qa |grep -i openssl
pyOpenSSL-0.10-2.el6.x86_64
openssl-1.0.1e-16.el6_5.x86_64

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WHen I installed ActivEMQ, I sinply uninstalled a jar file.  No rpm's needed.  

So I am thinking that it already contains an SSL, and uses OpenSSL as an option, but I cant prove it.

How should I procede ?
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Question by:Anthony Lucia
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by:pony10us
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ActiveEMQ automatically enables support for OpenSSL

You can disable SSL support by adding

./configure --disable-ssl

to your config file.
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by:Anthony Lucia
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Does that mean OpenSSL is installed separately then ActiveMQ

(In other words, does upgrading to a newer version of ActiveMQ fix the problem, or would I have to yum update the openSSL to fix the problem
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Yes it is separate. I would update the openSSL to 1.0.1g
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