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Gagan Tiwari
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Hi All

I am astarter in JMS, and I have used the JMS in application Server. { Which was just creating the Queue in the console and start coding}

Now say if I don't have an Application Server, How can we works on JMS?
For that I got (from going through JMS) we need a JMS Provider.

So my query is
is any of the following
a) Tomcat
b) JBoss
is a JMS provider?


and if not then which one I can use?

I need a JMS Provider which can handle a lot of Messages, in the range of 1000000.
Jaikiran Pai
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Just a few days back we had a similar discussion http://www.coderanch.com/t/511094/EJB-JEE/java/JMS

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Gagan Tiwari
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Many thanks Jai Kiran

It helped a lot.

However there are many options which are suggested in the Post, which one is more suitable for handling large number of messages?

Any one who have worked on these JMS Provider can suggest.
Jaikiran Pai
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Gagan Tiwari wrote:

However there are many options which are suggested in the Post, which one is more suitable for handling large number of messages?



Personally I'm a bit biased towards HornetQ since it belongs to JBoss. But I'll point to these articles which have concrete numbers to prove which one is better:

HornetQ sets SPECjms2007 record

HornetQ performance comparison against other JMS providers
Sindhu Kodoor
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Apache QPID is the best!!
 
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