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A Beginner Question about JMS

 
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Hi,
I'm just a beginner with JMS. I've read about JMS in the EJB book that have. I plan to write a very simple stand-alone JMS-enabled Java application. Is it possible by just using JDK1.3? Can I do it without having an application server like WebLogic or WebSphere? Is there any lightweight downloadable router/broker that I can use?
Thank you very very much.
 
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You can get a FREE - very capable 100% Java JMS from
http://www.swiftmq.com/
Its the version I used for the SOAP book. Looking at the site just now I see it has gotten a FAQ and Forum at JGuru.
Bill
 
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You need to install j2sdkee package from Sun to be able to use JMS. You can also try using the built-in j2ee server that comes with the installation.
 
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Originally posted by david chen:
Hi,
I'm just a beginner with JMS. I've read about JMS in the EJB book that have. I plan to write a very simple stand-alone JMS-enabled Java application. Is it possible by just using JDK1.3? Can I do it without having an application server like WebLogic or WebSphere? Is there any lightweight downloadable router/broker that I can use?
Thank you very very much.



1. You must have some J2EE installation for JMS
I know that weblogic supports JMS from version 5.1 onwards, I am not very sure about 4.5... you can check.
Weblogic has great examples on using JMS for weblogic. It has examples for all types of JMS architecture possible , though I would suggest you should start with Point to Point Messaging first.
These weblogic 5.1 specific links might help
http://www.weblogic.com/docs51/intro/intro_jms.html

http://www.weblogic.com/docs51/classdocs/API_jms.html
 
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