Chapter 10. Enterprise services—email and messaging

 

This chapter covers
  • Roo support for enterprise services
  • Asynchronous messaging using a JMS topic
  • Email service
  • Asynchronous messaging using a JMS queue
  • Monitoring messaging activity

 

In the previous two chapters, you secured your Roo application by adding the Spring Security API to the application architecture mix, and you learned how to enrich the web tier of the Roo application so it’s functional from a business standpoint. In addition to robust security features and a rich user interface, a real-world application also requires services such as customer email notification and offline data processing that occurs outside of your main business operations, where your customers receive ...

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