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Chapter 12. Leveraging Java in Composite... > Using the JMS Adapter to Loosely Cou...

Using the JMS Adapter to Loosely Couple with Java Applications

JMS (Java Message Service) is a Java standard (JSR-194) that describes an API for interacting with a messaging infrastructure. Many open-source projects and commercial vendors offer messaging technologies—such as Apache ActiveMQ, SonicMQ, WebSphere MQ (aka MQSeries) from IBM, Oracle AQ, and EMS from Tibco—that can be accessed via JMS, either directly or through adapters. JEE application servers also contain messaging frameworks that publish a JMS API—including JBoss Messaging, Glassfish Sun Java System Message Queue, and Oracle Enterprise Messaging Services (based on WebLogic JMS or Advanced Queuing).

Messaging according to JMS comprises two main models:


  

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