I'm researching different messaging possibilities for a future project and am currently working with HornetQ, since our app uses WildFly anyway. One of the concerns we face is the unavailability of websockets on older browsers and proxies potentially not allowing access through websockets.
Apparently, SockJS library can handle this, but it requires an http endpoint, rather than a ws endpoint. Other messaging brokers i've read about (rabbit, activemq) provide support for this SockJS behaviour through plugins, but so far, i haven't found a way to do this with Hornet. Is there a way to configure hornet to expose ws endpoint through http?