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JMS vs Web services

Divya Mehrotra
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Please tell me the difference between JMS and Web services in details. Where we will use JMS and web services?


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This article may be a good starting point for some research.


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William Brogden
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By some happy chance, I was just looking into the latest Jave Web Service Developers Pack (JWSDP)2.0 which claims to let you use the classes created for a web service over HTTP with JMS by "plugging in" JMS transport.

Here is one example (I have not tried to run this)

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