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Straightforward JMS Tutorial?

 
Mike London
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Is there a straightforward (idiot 101) tutorial for JMS for, say, TomEE or Glassfish, etc., that takes you by the hand:

1. Download GlassFish (TomEE or other free server)
2. Do this.
3. Do that.
4. Type in this code.
5. See the result,

JMS doesn't seem conceptually difficult and neither do the various code snippets I have found.

But trying to just get started with a simple example to build upon is nowhere to be found, for me, anyway.

Would appreciate any ideas on how to get started.

Thanks,

- mike

PS I have the 2005 "java messaging" book, but it follows the sequential approach of topic introduction so I've not found it helpful as a starting point.
 
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Did you try with Oracle's Java EE trail on JMS ? Seems quite complete to me. My two cents: personally I would avoid using appserver internal JMS broker, and I would adopt a separate broker like Apache ActiveMQ for example (many others, both open source and proprietary are also available). Difference between using internal JMS provider and an external one at appserver configuration level is often only matter of installing a RAR adapter. It's a further step but I think it's worth leraning how to deal with external MOM.
 
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Claude Moore wrote:Did you try with Oracle's Java EE trail on JMS ? Seems quite complete to me. My two cents: personally I would avoid using appserver internal JMS broker, and I would adopt a separate broker like Apache ActiveMQ for example (many others, both open source and proprietary are also available). Difference between using internal JMS provider and an external one at appserver configuration level is often only matter of installing a RAR adapter. It's a further step but I think it's worth leraning how to deal with external MOM.


Yeah, the Oracle "tutorial" is really great once you're past the "Hello World, JMS" stage.

I'm still searching for the Hello World example I can get running quickly and easily (without going through a 100 web page tutorial) so I can get the basic pieces working.

Thanks,

- mike
 
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This topic on coderanch seems to address a similar question.
 
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Claude Moore wrote:This topic on coderanch seems to address a similar question.


Appreciate your replies.

Yes, I saw that posting before I posted....no "Hello World" (easily to follow step by step) examples there.

Thanks again.

- mike
 
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