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Timothy Sam
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Hi guys, I bought a book in JMS and I don't know what use I can have it for. The title is

Java Message Service API Tutorial and Reference: Messaging for the J2EE Platform

I had a panic buying when they sold books at a very very low price and for some reason I just picked this one up.

So my question is... Is JMS gonna be replaced by other technologies anytime soon? Is JMS still something worth learning? Because if not, then I'm just gonna sell this book again... Thanks!
 
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So my question is... Is JMS gonna be replaced by other technologies anytime soon? Is JMS still something worth learning? Because if not, then I'm just gonna sell this book again... Thanks!


JMS is one of those APIs, that is *not* going to be replaced by other technologies anytime soon. However, whether it is worth learning or not, would depend on if you use any EAI products, like MQ Series, Tibco, WebMethods, BEA, etc. It is the abstraction layer to many of the most popular middleware products.

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