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JBoss® 4.0 The Official Guide by JBoss, Inc., Norman Richards, Scott Stark, Mark Fleury

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Chapter 6. Messaging on JBoss

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Applications use the Java Message Service Application Programming Interface (JMS API) to send asynchronous business-quality messages to other applications. In the messaging world, messages are not sent directly to other applications. Instead, messages are sent to destinations known as queues or topics. Applications that send messages do not need to worry if the receiving applications are up and running; conversely, receiving applications do not need to worry about the sending application’s status. Both senders and receivers only interact with the destinations.

The JMS API is the standardized interface to a JMS ...

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