Spring Integration

This book covers two of the most fundamental paradigms of an enterprise system: the request-response model (for example, REST, SOAP) and messaging (JMS). The first one can be synchronous (the caller of the service is blocked until the response arrives) or asynchronous (the caller registers a callback to execute or Future to fill in when the response arrives). The second one is, by definition, asynchronous; the sender of the massage doesn’t wait until the consumer processes the message.

These mechanisms are essential for providing communication between distributed applications: integrating them together. But in a modern ...

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