Apache ActiveMQ is blocking the JMS ObjectMessages for security reasons. This is the default configuration.
Configure ActiveMQ to allow ObjectMessages to be deserialized. Either enable it for all ObjectMessages or just for com.tridion.cache.CacheEvent.
Explanation and instructions are here: http://activemq.apache.org/objectmessage.html.
If you're running ...
First of all, you will need to setup JMS as your cache invalidation mechanism, as DD4T's caching mechanism does not support listening to RMI. You can read all about that in Quirijn's blog post and the follow-up post.
To enable JMS cache invalidation in a dd4t-2.0 webapp, you need to do the following:
Ensure the following dependencies are present:
Just to share my knowledge to answer your questions:
Q1: How to configure Active MQ on the load balance domain name?
We could set up a different way of clustering setup for HA.
We did use the broker clustering - Shared File System Master Slave set up for failover. For this setup Load balance setup not required.
The most common mental ...
Here is the link to the docs for JVM Heap size settings, as per Vikas' suggestion in the comments above: https://docs.sdl.com/LiveContent/content/en-US/SDL%20Web-v1/GUID-882178AA-A7E5-451B-8CD3-9F06D967F9BE
Make sure it is 512 MB, as suggested. The default Java setting is something like 64 MB, so if the Tridion install script didn't override it with 512 for ...
You need to configure cache invalidation messaging - see the documentation on this topic: https://docs.sdl.com/LiveContent/content/en-US/SDL%20Web-v5/GUID-7E728735-073B-4827-AABE-B45592CFF36D
With this in place, the deployer will send messages to the Content Services invalidating whatever has just been published.
Refer to this blog link might help you to implement DD4T 2.0 .NET web apps with ActiveMQ caching invalidation.
How to Setup SDL Web 8 Deployer and DD4T 2.0 .NET Web app with ActiveMQ Caching Invalidation
In order to work with Tridion 2013sp1 deployer, need to rebuild this dd4t-cachechannel source against 2013sp1 deployer jars, rest of the ...