This tutorial provides an overview of the Java Message Service (JMS) and offers the basics for developing programs that use it.
JMS provides a way for Java programs to access an enterprise messaging system, also known as message oriented middleware (MOM). MOM provides a mechanism for integrating applications in a loosely coupled, flexible manner by providing asynchronous delivery of data between applications in an indirect way through an intermediary. Note: This tutorial has been updated to include changes in JMS version 1.1.
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