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Garandi Garandi
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I have a project at work and we are going to use JMS. Wondering which Messaging Server is the best and why? Is there any Messaging Server which is open source, reliable and widley used?
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Garndi
Lasse Koskela
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All J2EE application servers come with a bundled JMS server implementation. That means that, for example, JBoss would suffice. There are also "dedicated" messaging products implementing JMS such as Soniq MQ, Fiorano MQ, WebSphere MQ but they all cost $$$. The open source scene has OpenJMS and JORAM.


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Garandi Garandi
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What about Tomcat, does it come with JMS server implementation?
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Garandi
Chris Mathews
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Originally posted by Garandi Garandi:
What about Tomcat, does it come with JMS server implementation?
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Garandi

No. Tomcat is just a Web Container.
Garandi Garandi
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I have installed JBoss, and started it using run.bat in bin dir.
how to use it as JMS server?
Can anyone point me to a tutorial or some code to write a sample JMS program.
Thank you
Garandi
Lasse Koskela
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Originally posted by Garandi Garandi:
I have installed JBoss, and started it using run.bat in bin dir.
how to use it as JMS server?
Can anyone point me to a tutorial or some code to write a sample JMS program.
Thank you
Garandi

For that, you'd better continue the discussion in our JBoss forum or the official JBoss.org forum for JMS.
 
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