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Spring includes sophisticated support for synchronous messaging via JMS since release 1.1, for J2EE as well as standalone environments. The newest addition to the family is support for asynchronous message listening based on POJOs, introduced in Spring 2.0. This talk explores various usage sty...

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Spring includes sophisticated support for synchronous messaging via JMS since release 1.1, for J2EE as well as standalone environments. The newest addition to the family is support for asynchronous message listening based on POJOs, introduced in Spring 2.0.

This talk explores various usage styles for both synchronous and asynchronous JMS, illustrating the basic principles of using them in a Spring environment. Both setup in a high-end J2EE server as well as setup with standalone providers will be illustrated.

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