Spring 4 MVC + JMS + ActiveMQ annotation based Example

Spring provides first-class support for JMS, enabling applications integration using standard based messaging. In this post, we will build Spring 4 MVC application communicating with another Spring-based application, using JMS through Apache ActiveMQ. For a general introduction on JMS itself, please refer to post Spring 4 + JMS+ActiveMQ Annoataion based Example. We will try to…

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Spring 4+JMS+ActiveMQ example with @JmsListener & @EnableJms

In the previous post over Spring with JMS, we have seen how applications can communicate using JMS, leveraging Spring’s support for JMS. This post goes a step further, and shows an alternative to javax.jms.MessageListener which allows us to create MessageListeners using plain POJO’s, thanks to Spring’s very own @JmsListener, used in combination with JmsListenerConnectionFactory and…

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Spring 4+JMS+ActiveMQ Example with Annotations

Java Messaging Service (JMS) is all about applications communication using standard based messaging. With JMS, applications communicates with each other by sending and receiving messages. Spring provides first-class support for application integration using JMS. In this tutorial series, we will explore various ways Spring helps us simplify the JMS integration by abstracting all the complexities…

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