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gunjan prabhat
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can any one give me ideas how i start jms and from where i got best tutorials for this.Please help me!
 
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This forum is for questions on JSP. I've moved your post to the Distributed Java forum.
 
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JMS (Java Message Service) is an API that specified how messages are handled, starting and configuring is up to the actual implementation. My notes contain the following references to implementations:

http://openjms.sourceforge.net/index.html <- open source implementation
http://activemq.codehaus.org/ <-- more recent open source implementation
http://www.swiftmq.com/ <- a commercial implementation

Also, JMS is integrated with recent Java Enterprise Edition releases.

When you have downloaded and installed an implementation, you will probably discover starting instructions in the installation. The book I have is several years old but I dont think the API changes much.

Bill
 
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Now that JMS and MDBs are an integral part of J2EE, everyone needs to know a little bit more about messaging.

With WebSphere, there is a fair amount of configuration required to support MDBs. A Service Integration Bus must be created, then associated with a JVM (server), and then with a queue or topic. Then a ConnectionFactory and a JNDI name for the Queue/Topic must be configured. Then an activation specification for the MDB must be configured. It's all alot of fun.

If you're using WebSphere 5 or WebSphere 6.1, here's a little multimedia tutorial that demonstrates how it's all done. Enjoy!

Configuring JMS with IRAD/WebSphere Embedded Server

Cheers!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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