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Backing Spring Integration routes with ActiveMQ

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As discussed in my previous post, Spring Integration (SI) is a routing framework built on top of the Spring Framework that allows you to use proven enterprise integration patterns to solve system integration problems via messaging. Once you’ve gotten SI configured and working to perform your routing and mediation logic, you may find that you’d like to take the next ...

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What is ActiveMQ?

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Although the Active MQ website already gives a pithy, to-the-point explanation of ActiveMQ, I would like to add some more context to their definition. From the ActiveMQ project’s website: “ActiveMQ is an open sourced implementation of JMS 1.1 as part of the J2EE 1.4 specification.” Here’s my take: ActiveMQ is an open-source, messaging software which can serve as the backbone ...

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JMS Development Fundamentals using Apache ActiveMQ

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It was last year when I had my hands on trying out JMS. The Idea and concept behind baffled me a little but as soon as I knew what It is for, I quickly grasp it. In this post, I will show the fundamentals of developing a simple producer/consumer in Java using Apache ActiveMQ as its backend. Let’s first start ...

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ActiveMQ IS Ready For Prime Time

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The ActiveMQ project has been around since 2005 – and has been a top level project at the Apache Software Foundation for a good part of that. The aims of the ActiveMQ project has been to provide a world class enterprise messaging solution, with brokers being able to provide connectivity from smart, IP enabled devices all the way through to ...

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Java Code Geeks Andygene Web Archetype

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Hello all, We are happy to announce that the first release of a set of maven archetypes is out!!! The goal of this set is to provide project templates that can fulfill various development needs. You can find the JCG roadmap at the end if this post. This first release aims to provide a project template – architecture for web ...

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