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Spring: Developing Java Applications for the Enterprise by Ravi Kant Soni, Rajesh RV, Amuthan Ganeshan

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Spring Java Messaging Service

In this section, first, we will go through the basics of Java Messaging Service and will see the differences between JMS and e-mail. Then, we will look into the JMS application and its different components that create the complete JMS application. We will also look through other things such as the JMS provider and the messaging model. We will dig into the API programming model. Then, we will see the messaging consumption types. Then, we will jump into the Spring JMS integration and we will see some code samples. And then, we will look into the details of the code content.

Let's now discuss the message and messaging.

What is a message and messaging?

A message is nothing but just bytes of data or information exchanged ...

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