Spring Roo provides support for developing messaging applications based on JMS (Java Message Service) API. As of Spring Roo 1.1.5, the only JMS provider supported by Roo is embedded
ActiveMQ(http://activemq.apache.org/); it is configured in the same JVM as the Java application accessing it.
In this recipe, we'll look at how Spring Roo supports sending and receiving JMS messages using embedded ActiveMQ.
Create a sub-directory
ch06-jms inside the
ch06_web_app.roo script into the
ch06_web_app.roo script that creates
flightapp-web Roo project, sets up Hibernate as persistence provider, configures MySQL as the database for the application, ...