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Hi,
I am interested in studying Java Message Service.I want to know which are the free application servers who support JMS standard. JBoss,Enhydra,SUN One etc ,which one do you recommend?
 
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I'd recommend JBoss. It's open source and quite popular so there's a pretty big community to get help from when you have trouble.

Regarding your question of which application servers support JMS, it would probably be easier to list those that don't...
 
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Thanks.
I will go for JBoss.
 
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