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Joined: Oct 04, 2004
Dec 19, 2006 13:06:00
If I wanna implement JMS with Java code, do I need a J2ee Server that supports JNDI and
(for message driven beans used in aschrynous messaging) ?
Thanks in advance,
Joined: Dec 11, 2006
Dec 20, 2006 02:41:00
what you really need the server for is the messaging system (MOM) that is included in the server; JMS is only an interface to the messaging system. And it helps to have the Message Driven Beans, too, with the Java EE server.
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Dec 20, 2006 02:58:00
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Dec 23, 2006 11:42:00
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