7 Nov 29, 2005 JMS - Primary features The primary features of JMS are as follows: Connection Factories are used in JMS to create connections to a specific JMS provider. In JMS, both Publish-Subscribe Messaging and Point-To-Point are implemented and defined by separate interfaces so that a Provider does not have to support both. JMS defines the concept of a Topic or a Queue as the target for a Message. Topics are used for Publish-Subscribe Messaging. Queues are used for Point-to-Point Messaging. The Providers’ code is defined by interfaces in JMS, freeing the implementation from the limitations of subclassing. JMS provides support for distributed transactions.
8 Nov 29, 2005 Demo Laptop Suse VM TEST.FOO ActiveMQ (14-318-962:61616) consumer producer jms api jms api Message Listener
9 Nov 29, 2005 'poor man messaging' java.util.Queue
10 Nov 29, 2005 More info http://java.sun.com/products/jms/tutorial/ http://my.execpc.com/~gopalan/jms/jms.html http://www.javaskyline.com/learnjms.html