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Yeah. You need a messaging queue for working with JMS.
If you are using weblogic application server there is an option to create a jms server and queue and topic.
Other options are you can use MQSeries, Active MQ, Websphere MQ etc.,
But for learner I suggest Weblogic is the best one. You can read "Professional Java Server Programming" by "subrahmanyam allamaraju" for better understanding of JMS.
SCJP 5, SCWCD 5
Joined: Sep 03, 2010
sorry for the late reply , thanks will do that ..anyother books or links you suggest?