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JMS required jars

Claude Moore
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Good morning,

I'm going to develop a swing-based client using JMS to receive notifications of some kind from a centralized appserver. Before starting developing code, I need to understand if
to run JMS client I need to redistribute any appserver's specific implementation jars, or I may rely upon a standard set of jars.

Thank you for your advice.
 
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