The following is a very simple JMS application with multiple, concurrent, consumers and producers. See the Initial Configuration guide for details on how to setup your classpath correctly.

Things you might do after running this example:

  • Setup a broker instead of using the class directly
  • Use JNDI to lookup a javax.jms.ConnectionFactory rather than creating ActiveMQConnectionFactory directly.
  • Implement the javax.jms.MessageListener interface rather than calling consumer.receive()
  • Use transactional sessions
  • Use a Topic rather than a queue

The point of this example is to show you the basic code required to use JMS in a straightforward way. The Consumers and Producers could very easy be on completely different machines or in different processes.
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