Category: JMS

Using Docker to shove an existing application into some containers

I have finally got round to learning how to use Docker past the level of knowing what it is and does without ever using it. This is the first post that I have attempted to use Docker in and will probably be what I refer to whenever I start a new project (for Java or ...

Out of the box ActiveMQ

In my previous post Using JMS in Spring Boot I mentioned some characteristics that message queues exhibit, redundancy and asynchronous messaging but didn't mention them any further. ActiveMQ, which was used in the earlier post, provides both of these by default and therefore does not require any sort of special setup to get them working. ...

Using JMS in Spring Boot

JMS (Java Message Service) is a Java Message Oriented Middleware used to send messages between clients and works by sending messages to a message queue which are then taken when possible to execute a transaction. This post will focus on implementing JMS with Spring Boot, which doesn't take long at all to setup. JMS and ...