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ActiveMQ in Action by Rob Davies, Dejan Bosanac, Bruce Snyder

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Chapter 7. Creating Java applications with ActiveMQ

 

This chapter covers
  • Embedding ActiveMQ in Java applications
  • Embedding ActiveMQ using Spring
  • Creating request/reply applications
  • Writing JMS clients using Spring

 

Thus far the book has concentrated on ActiveMQ as a software application. Most of the information we’ve presented has concerned the internal structure of ActiveMQ and how its components can be configured. But apart from basic JMS examples, using ActiveMQ in your applications hasn’t been discussed. This chapter is dedicated to explaining how to create applications with ActiveMQ.

One of the things you might want to do with ActiveMQ is to embed it into your application. Since ActiveMQ is written in Java, it can naturally be integrated ...

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