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JMS helpers choice?

 
surlac surlacovich
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Hello Folks.
I'm willing to write all the helpers for JMS sending/receiving functions of my app by myself, but maybe it's already invented?

I've heard and even used Spring JMSTemplate that make code laconic and easy to read, but not that flexible. Is there any good alternatives or should I go ahead and roll my own helpers?
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Or should I write something like code below everytime I need to interact via JMS?

 
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Or maybe I shouldn't use any of these helper classes?
 
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Can anybody suggest good JMS helpers? Or everybody use just plain javax.jms.* API?
 
Marshall Blythe
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surlac surlacovich wrote:Hello Folks.
I've heard and even used Spring JMSTemplate that make code laconic and easy to read, but not that flexible.


I've used Spring JMS before and found it to be very flexible. Read the docs and try it out- you might like it.
 
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Very nice. Can it be added separate from the whole Spring framework (as a little jar) in the project?
 
surlac surlacovich
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I mean it's not worth to import whole Spring for a one feature.
 
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