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h2. New and Noteworthy The 1.1.0 release is a major milestone for the Apache NMS project. It is the first official release of the main Apache.NMS project, and all provider implementation projects. Following are some highlights of this release: * Support f
Page: ActiveMQ .NET 1.2.0 Release
h2. New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS client libraries and fixes several bugs found in the 1.1.0 release.  Some highlights for this release. * Addition of ConnectionMeteData to the Connection API. * Addition of Q
Page: ActiveMQ .NET 1.3.0 Release
h2. New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS client libraries and fixes several bugs found in the 1.2.0 release.  Some highlights for this release. * Addition of QueueBrowser support to NMS.ActiveMQ * Addition of SSL Su
Page: ActiveMQ .NET 1.4.0 Release
h2. New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS client libraries and fixes several bugs found in the 1.3.0 release.  Some highlights for this release. * Improved URI handling in all NMS clients. * Improved handling of Requ
Page: ActiveMQ Advanced Features
The NMS.ActiveMQ client provides several features in addition to fully implementing the NMS API. The features are documented here.
Page: ActiveMQ Advisory Message Examples
Page: ActiveMQ Async Sends
Background Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ supports sending messages to a broker in sync or async mode. The mode used has a huge impact in the latency of the send call. Since latency is typically a huge factor in the throughput that can achieved by producer, using as
Page: ActiveMQ Build Notes
Page: ActiveMQ Consumer Dispatch Async
Overview In AMQ4 onwards, the choice of a broker performing synchronous or asynchronous dispatch to a consumer has become more configurable. It is now configured as a default value on the connection URI, Connection and ConnectionFactory together with bein
Page: ActiveMQ Consumer Features
Page: ActiveMQ Consumer Priority
Background As well as having a pluggable dispatch policy (e.g. round robin etc), we now support consumer priorities. This allows us to weight consumers to optimise network hops. For example, you typically want a broker to send messages to regular NMS cons
Page: ActiveMQ Delay and Schedule Message Feature
ActiveMQ from version 5.4 has an optional persistent scheduler built into the ActiveMQ message broker. It is enabled by setting the broker schedulerSupport attribute to true in the xml configuration. An ActiveMQ client can take advantage of a delayed deli
Page: ActiveMQ Destination Features
Page: ActiveMQ Destination Management
The Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ client provides some additional features beyond the standard NMS API.  One such feature is the ability to delete a given destination on the Broker.  This can be useful during testing when you want to start the test with a destinati
Page: ActiveMQ Destination Options
Background Destination Options are a way to provide extended configuration options to a NMS consumer without having to extend the NMS API. The options are encoded using URL query syntax in the destination name that the consumer is created on. Consumer Opt
Page: ActiveMQ Downloads
Description Release Date NMS API Rev Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.6.2 12/23/2013 v1.6.0 Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.6.1 10/19/2013 v1.6.0 Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.6.0 06/06/2013 v1.6.0 Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.5.6 07/12/2012 v1.5.1 Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.5.5 05/03/2012
Page: ActiveMQ Enumerate Destination using Advisory Messages
Enumerating Available Destinations using Advisory Messages This example shows you how to consume Advisory Messages from the Broker to enumerate various destination types. /* * Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more * contributo
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Page: ActiveMQ Exclusive Consumers
Exclusive Consumer We have a new feature in version 4.x and above called Exclusive Consumer or Exclusive Queues which avoids the end user having to pin anything. The broker will pick a single MessageConsumer to get all the messages for a queue to ensure o
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Page: ActiveMQ Message Dispatching Features
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Page: ActiveMQ Mirrored Queues
Page: ActiveMQ Retroactive Consumers
Background A retroactive consumer is just a regular NMS consumer who indicates that at the start of a subscription every attempt should be used to go back in time and send any old messages (or the last message sent on that topic) that the consumer may hav
Page: ActiveMQ URI Configuration
Configuring NMS.ActiveMQ All configuration is achieved via URI-encoded parameters, either on the connection or destinations. Through the URIs, you can configure virtually every facet of your NMS.ActiveMQ client. The tables below show the comprehensive set
Page: ActiveMQ Virtual Destinations
Page: ActiveMQ Wildcards
Page: Apache.NMS
An Overview of NMS The NMS API (.Net Message Service API) providers a standard .NET interface to Messaging Systems. There could be multiple implementations to different providers (including MSMQ). The NMS API This allows you to build .NET applications in
Page: Apache.NMS 1.5.0 Release
h2. New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS client libraries and fixes several bugs found in the 1.4.0 release.  Some highlights for this release. h5. NMS API * New Optional .NET Transaction Specific Connection classes
Page: Apache.NMS ActiveMQ v1.1.0
New and Noteworthy The 1.1.0 release is a major milestone for the Apache NMS project. It is the first official release of the main Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ project, and all provider implementation projects. Following are some highlights of this release: Suppor
Page: Apache.NMS API v1.1.0
New and Noteworthy The 1.1.0 release is a major milestone for the Apache NMS project. It is the first official release of the main Apache.NMS project, and all provider implementation projects. Following are some highlights of this release: Improved API Do
Page: Apache.NMS API v1.2.0
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS API and fixes several bugs found in the 1.1.0 release.  Some highlights for this release. Addition of IConnectionMeteData to the Connection API. Addition of IQueueBrowser to the Sessi
Page: Apache.NMS API v1.3.0
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS API and fixes several bugs found in the 1.2.0 release.  Some highlights for this release. Improved API Documentation. Many new Unit Tests added to the Test Suite. Many bug fixes. API
Page: Apache.NMS API v1.4.0
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS API and fixes several bugs found in the 1.3.0 release.  Some highlights for this release. Improved URI handling in all NMS clients. Added a new SetBytes method to IMapMessage. Added a
Page: Apache.NMS API v1.5.0
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS API. NMS API Updates New Optional .NET Transaction Specific Connection classes that allow a client to offer support for operations within MS .NET Distributed Transactions. API Documen
Page: Apache.NMS API v1.5.1
New and Noteworthy This is a bugfix release of the NMS API there are no API changes in this release. NMS fixes Fixes a bug that can cause the Message properties object to marshal to a byte array that is much larger than needed which adds unwanted overhead
Page: Apache.NMS API v1.6.0
New and Noteworthy This is a major release of the NMS API which adds some new APIs and fixes some minor bugs in the NMS API libraries common code. Added Recover method to ISession. Added new events to ISession for Transaction begin, commit and rollback. A
Page: Apache.NMS EMS v1.1.0
New and Noteworthy The 1.1.0 release is a major milestone for the Apache NMS EMS client. It is the first official release of the main Apache.NMS project, and all provider implementation projects. Following are some highlights of this release: Improved API
Page: Apache.NMS MSMQ v1.1.0
New and Noteworthy The 1.1.0 release is a major milestone for the Apache NMS MSMQ client. It is the first official release of the main Apache.NMS project, and all provider implementation projects. Following are some highlights of this release: Improved AP
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ
The ActiveMQ NMS client is a .NET client that communicates with the ActiveMQ broker using its native Openwire protocol. This client supports advanced features such as Failover, Discovery, SSL, and Message Compression. This section of the NMS site provides
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.2.0
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS ActiveMQ library and fixes several bugs found in the 1.1.0 release.  Some highlights for this release. Addition of ConnectionMeteData to the Connection API. Addition of QueueBrowser t
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.3.0
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS ActiveMQ library and fixes several bugs found in the 1.2.0 release.  Some highlights for this release. Addition of QueueBrowser support Addition of SSL Support Improvements to the Fai
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.4.0
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS ActiveMQ library and fixes several bugs found in the 1.3.0 release.  Some highlights for this release. Improved URI handling in all NMS clients. Improved handling of Request Timeout s
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.4.1
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS.ActiveMQ library and fixes several bugs found in the 1.3.0 release.  Some highlights for this release. Improved URI handling. Many bug fixes. API Refer to the API for this release her
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.5.0
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS ActiveMQ library and fixes several bugs found in the 1.4.0 release. New in this version New startupMaxReconnectAttempts option in the failover transport. Fixed a memory leak in the In
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.5.1
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS.ActiveMQ API. NMS API Updates Many fixes for the MS Distributed Transaction support along with other minor bug fixes for issues found since the initial v1.5.0 release. API Documentati
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.5.2
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new fixes to the NMS.ActiveMQ API. NMS.ActiveMQ Updates This release focuses on performance and stability fixes to the ActiveMQ provider. No new features were added in this release. See the release notes bel
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.5.3
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new fixes to the NMS.ActiveMQ API. NMS.ActiveMQ Updates This release focuses on stability fixes to the ActiveMQ provider. No new features were added in this release. See the release notes below for a list of
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.5.4
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new fixes to the NMS.ActiveMQ API. NMS.ActiveMQ Updates This release focuses on stability fixes to the ActiveMQ provider. No new features were added in this release. See the release notes below for a list of
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.5.5
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new fixes to the NMS.ActiveMQ API. Sending to non-existent temp queue causes consumer to shutdown Consumers frequently fail to reconnect after broker outage/failover. FailoverTransport doesn't trigger a reco
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.5.6
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new fixes to the NMS.ActiveMQ API. Adds compression support to the ObjectMessage payload Fixes an issue in Message marshaling when tight-marshaling is enabled. NMS.ActiveMQ Updates This release focuses on st
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.6.0
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features and fixes to the NMS.ActiveMQ API. NMS.ActiveMQ Updates This release adds several new features to the ActiveMQ client and fixes many bugs that have been reported since the last release. Adds sup
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.6.1
New and Noteworthy This is a bugfix release for the NMS.ActiveMQ client library. Along with some bug fixes though we've also added support for better discovery transport agents and we now support HTTP discovery using the ActiveMQ broker's HTTP discovery r
Page: Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ v1.6.2
  New and Noteworthy This is a bugfix release for the NMS.ActiveMQ client library. Along with some bug fixes though we've also added support for better discovery transport agents and we now support HTTP discovery using the ActiveMQ broker's HTTP discovery
Page: Apache.NMS.EMS
The Apache.NMS.EMS client provider for talking to TIBCO's EMS message broker. To use this, you will need to following TIBCO's licensing requirements to acquire the TIBCO client assembly DLL. NMS does not ship with the TIBCO client assembly.
Page: Apache.NMS.MSMQ
The Apache.NMS.MSMQ client provides an NMS layer on top of the MSMQ messaging API.
Page: Apache.NMS.Stomp
The NMS Stomp client is a small lightweight .NET client that can send and receive messages from any Stomp based message broker. The NMS Stomp client currently supports the Stomp 1.0 protocol specification.
Page: Apache.NMS.Stomp v1.2.0
New and Noteworthy This is the first official release of the NMS Stomp client library. This library implements much of the NMS API although some features aren't possible due to limitations in the Stomp protocol. API Refer to the API for this release here
Page: Apache.NMS.Stomp v1.3.0
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS Stomp library and fixes several bugs found in the 1.2.0 release.  Some highlights for this release. Addition of SSL Support Improvements to the Failover Transport. Improved API Docume
Page: Apache.NMS.Stomp v1.4.0
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS Stomp library and fixes several bugs found in the 1.3.0 release.  Some highlights for this release. Improved URI handling in all NMS clients. Improved handling of Request Timeout sett
Page: Apache.NMS.Stomp v1.5.0
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS Stomp client library and fixes several bugs found in the 1.4.0 release. New in this release: Support for the current changes in the Stomp 1.1 draft specification. Improved Inactivity
Page: Apache.NMS.Stomp v1.5.1
New and Noteworthy This release adds some great new features to the NMS client libraries and fixes several bugs found in the 1.4.0 release.  Some highlights for this release. New in this release. Fixed a memory leak in the Inactivity Monitoring code. Fixe
Page: Apache.NMS.Stomp v1.5.2
New and Noteworthy The release focuses on performance and stability fixes for issues found in the 1.5.1 release as well as addressing a compatibility issue found when connecting to Stomp v1.1 compliant brokers. API Documentation Refer to the API for this
Page: Apache.NMS.Stomp v1.5.3
New and Noteworthy The release focuses on performance and stability fixes for issues found in the 1.5.2 release as well as addressing a compatibility issue found when connecting to Stomp v1.1 compliant brokers. Additionally some improvements in fail-over
Page: Apache.NMS.Stomp v1.5.4
New and Noteworthy The release includes a fix for exceptions that were being seen on Windows OS's configured with Non-US culture settings. API Documentation Refer to the API for this release here Apache.NMS.Stomp Client Downloads Description Download Link
Page: Apache.NMS.WCF
NMS provider for use with the Windows Communication Framework (WCF).
Page: Apache.NMS.WCF v1.1.0
New and Noteworthy The 1.1.0 release is a major milestone for the Apache NMS project. It is the first official release of the main Apache.NMS project, and all provider implementation projects. API Refer to the API for this release here Download Here Descr
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Are there more FAQ Entries? Yes, see the ActiveMQ Main FAQ
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Articles that cover various NMS related topics. Using SSL with Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ Messaging with .NET and ActiveMQ Implementing Request-Response with ActiveMQ and NMS Publish-subscribe with ActiveMQ and NMS Transactional message processing with ActiveMQ

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Building NMS Currently our main build tool for NMS is NAnt. Install Mono On some operating systems (e.g. OS X), you may need to point the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable at the mono packages export PKG_CONFIG_PATH="/Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/

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Apache.NMS Project Downloads Here you can Download the Apache.NMS API for .NET and the various Apache.NMS Provider Libraries such as Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ. Releases that are marked as in-progress won't be directly downloadable however there may be a SNAPSHO

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Description Release Date NMS API Rev Apache.NMS EMS v1.1.0 07/12/2009 v1.1.0
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Examples The following example gives a brief demonstration for connecting, sending and receiving a message using NMS. using System; using Apache.NMS; using Apache.NMS.Util; namespace Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ.Test { public class TestMain { public static void Ma

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Getting Started with NMS The NMS API provides your client with a common API model for working with Message Oriented Middleware, but to make use of the API you need to download one of the NMS Provider libraries. The NMS Providers libraries are what makes i
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The NMS documentation has been generated using Microsoft's Sandcastle open source product. The Sandcastle Styles project was used to enhance the output generated from the current release of Sandcastle. NMS API 1.6.0 MSDN Style Formatting Apache.NMS Namesp
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This is where you will find examples of how to use the NMS API. These examples demonstrate using the NMS API generically and are limited to features exposed directly through the API model. For examples covering more advanced features of a specific NMS Pro
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NMS Providers An NMS Provider is a .NET Assembly that provides an implementation of the NMS API that provides connectivity with a particular Messaging Service or an implementation of a standard Messaging Protocol. Currently, the following providers are av
Page: NMS Simple Asynchronous Consumer Example
The sample shows how to create an NMS Consumer to consume messages asynchronously. /* * Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more * contributor license agreements. See the NOTICE file distributed with * this work for additional in
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This example shows how to create and use an NMS Consumer to consume messages synchronously. /* * Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more * contributor license agreements. See the NOTICE file distributed with * this work for addi
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Configuring NMS When working with the generic NMS API NMSConnectionFactory class you must choose via the URI which NMS provider you actually wish to use. This page documents the uri syntax and available options for the NMS providers. Connection URI Parame

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Should I pool connections? The Java documentation talks about how to use JMS efficiently. So when using .NET should you worry about pooling? Its worth thinking about - but it depends a little on your application. If its a client UI then just have a single
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This documentation only applies when the Stomp client is connected to an ActiveMQ Broker v5.4 and above.
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Description Release Date NMS API Rev Apache.NMS.Stomp v1.5.4 10/26/2013 v1.5.1 Apache.NMS.Stomp v1.5.3 08/30/2012 v1.5.1 Apache.NMS.Stomp v1.5.2 11/19/2011 v1.5.0 Apache.NMS.Stomp v1.5.1 01/31/2011 v1.5.0 Apache.NMS.Stomp v1.5.0 01/14/2011 v1.5.0 Apache.N
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Configuring NMS.Stomp All configuration is achieved via URI-encoded parameters, either on the connection or destinations. Through the URIs, you can configure virtually every facet of your NMS.Stomp client. The tables below show the comprehensive set of pa
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Description Release Date NMS API Rev Apache.NMS.WCF v1.1.0 07/12/2009 v1.1.0
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