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Are there any JMS implementations that are optimized for mobile devices such as Palm? (The only product I know is iBus//mobile from Softwired.)
At this time, I'm aware of no other implementations for mobile devices.
Is JMS the right thing for simple asynchronous message passing? I want to build a peer-to-peer network, where each node has only 2-5 connections. They should be able to forward asynchronous message...more
JMS has no inherent support for email operations. Consider the JavaMail API.
I would like to know what is the format of a JMS message. If I should create a JMS message without using javax.jms classes, how should I create this message?
I would like to know what is the format of a JMS message. If I should create a JMS message without using javax.jms classes, how should I create this message? I'm using JMQ 2.0 to receive a JMS me...more
Is there a standard JMS way that works with all JMS providers to notify a producer that there are new consumers subscribed? I found a way with my SpiritWave provider to do that--I just wait for SubscribtionEvent, but I think this will not work if I change to another JMS provider.
No, there's not a standard way to do this at the JMS level. Typically, a pub/sub system is designed specifically to decouple publishers from subscribers, so that your publishers don't have any kn...more
Is there a way to to send a message.acknowledge() for each and every message. The message.acknowledge() removes all the messages that have been received by a QueueReceiver.
Is there a way to to send a message.acknowledge() for each and every message. The message.acknowledge() removes all the messages that have been received by a QueueReceiver. But I need to acknowledg...more
The authoritative whitepapers would be found at Sun JMS Docs You might also check out TheServerSide's resource page as it sometimes contains articles/whitepapers related to JMS.more
There is no direct relationship between javax.mail.Message and javax.jms.Message. If your requirement is to map (correlate) them, here is what you can do: From JMS domain to JavaMail domain (a j...more
How do I communicate between two clients that are on different machines on a network using JMS? I want to use a standalone application for communicating between the machine and I want to pass the message using JMS.
You can make two JMS client applications, say AppA and AppB. Make AppA listen to topic forA. Make AppB listen to topic forB. If AppA sends a message to topic forB&...more
You create a queue browser using one of two API calls: public QueueBrowser createBrowser(Queue queue) This call will return a browser for all messages. public QueueBrowser createBrowser(Queue que...more
Can I send persistent messages to a queue? The JMS 1.0.2 specification says that the default message delivery mode is persistent. But when I send messages using default mode I see messages are nonpersistent. Why is that?
You can indeed send persistent messages to a queue; however, whether it is successfully persisted depends on how well the vendor followed the spec.
The JMS specification does not define a way of browsing a topic, but it is really quite simple: just subscribe to the topic using a non-transaction, non-durable subscriber. You get the messages ...more
Will a message published in a TopicSession using a TopicConnection be received by a different TopicSession (in another JVM) via the MessageListener if used? Or, is asynchronous message handling only capable in the same JMS Session?
The Session is a way of interacting with the JMS router, and providing transactional support. It does not affect the delivery of messages on topics. You can use a session to post a message to a ...more
I want to use JMS for transfering data between two applications that are not on the same host. Where can I find JMS providers (that is, JMS implementations) for HTTP exchange, for file exchange, fo...more
I want to use JMS for transfering data between two applications that are not on the same host. Where can I find JMS providers (that is, JMS implementations) for HTTP exchange, for file exchange, for socket exchange?
Check out SonicMQ. It supports different protocols like TCP/IP, HTTP, and SMTP, can send XML messages, and supports multi-domain routing.more