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Figuring out how to forward stored procedure call in JMS destination queue  RSS feed

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Locally, I have ApacheMQ installed on my Windows Machine. And using this simple Spring JMS example mentioned here, I was able to see how send and receive thing works in Spring JMS and my ApacheMQ looks like the following:

Her's my sender class :

And here's my Receiver code:

So, now in my User Interface, I have a "Download" button somewhere and when a user clicks on it, it is supposed to call a stored procedure which is going to take time.
1)I am trying to understand, how would I call this JMS application when a user clicks on the download button so that I could send the stored procedure call to the Sender. I mean there is no end point defined in the code above just like if we were to use a REST, the request would be hitting Controller.
2) And how would sender be sending it to the destination queue, in the form of a string message just like shown in the example above?
3) I guess if I would have clear idea about sender processing this, I might get some idea about how Receiver is going to handle this.
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