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Top five use cases for Java messaging


Industry insiders share JMS use cases

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The first version of Java Message Service (JMS) was released the same year as the Nokia 3320, but unlike the brick cell phone, JMS is still a crucial API used in a variety of applications. Programmers can use the JMS interface to invoke a range of services, including IBM's MQSeries and Progress Software's SonicMQ. JMS supports messages with serialized Java objects and XML, and is used in many industries -- from retail to finance and everything in between. Here, experts offer five real-life JMS use cases.

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