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Hello all,

I am trying to setup ActiveMQ with Glassfish. I created an application that sends XML messages to ActiveMQ. I have another application residing in Glassfish that needs to receive the messages from the ActiveMQ topic. I have added the activeMQ rar file in glassfish but the file is not getting from activeMQ to glassfish. Every example I have seen uses Message Driven Beans which I don't want to use because my app residing in glassfish has other processing it has to do to the received message. The examples I have seen all say you need to have a sun-ejb-jar file but since I'm not using EJB I don't think that applies. Can someone give me some guidance here?

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Hi there, most app servers has its own mq service, to integrate third party mqs you have to do some configuration. Try take a look at this link:

Also its perfectly possible to use activemq with out MDB, use plain JMS API or MDPojos, try looking at spring framework.

Hope have helped!
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