The Java Messaging Service (JMS) is a standard Java EE messaging API that allows loosely coupled, asynchronous communication between Java EE components.
NetBeans includes good support to aid us in creating applications that take advantage of the JMS API, generating a lot of necessary boilerplate code, allowing us to focus on the business logic of our application.
We will cover the following topics in this chapter:
Introduction to JMS
Creating an enterprise project to take advantage of JMS
Creating JMS resources from NetBeans
Implementing a JMS message producer
Implementing a JMS message consumer
Processing JMS messages with message driven beans
JMS is a standard Java EE 5 API that ...