Sending JMS messages with the JMS outbound endpoint in Mule

This tutorial will show you how to use Mule JMS Transport in Mule based application. Let’s take an example, set up a flow to accept notifications from Accounting application when an expense report’s processing has been completed. A  more realistic use case is to take the notifications and dispatch them to a JMS topic to which interested parties can  subscribe and be notified as expense reports are finalized. You can be interested in Mule JMS Transport with Active MQ

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Mule JMS Transport with Active MQ

This tutorial will show you how to use Mule JMS Transport in Mule based application. You can watch video version of the tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bU0Rnds3L0A You can be interested in Sending JMS messages with the JMS outbound endpoint in Mule Connectors provide an abstraction layer over data transport mechanisms. Connectors exist for things such as files, email messages, databases, JMS, and even Jabber messages. A connector saves you the tedium of having to implement the details of a particular communication mechanism yourself. This allows you to focus on solving your integration problem…

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Embedded ActiveMQ and Spring JMS Integration

This tutorial will show you how we can run Apache ActiveMQ with Spring in the embedded mode using point-to-point messaging domain. For more information on point-to-point messaging system please read tutorial https://roytuts.com/configure-jms-client-using-glassfish-3/ For running ActiveMQ in embedded mode we do not need to run the ActiveMQ server manually by executing command in command prompt. Now we will look into the following steps in order to implement point-to-point messaging system using Spring and embedded ActiveMQ.

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Spring JMS and ActiveMQ Integration – publish/subscribe domain

Introduction Spring JMS and ActiveMQ Integration tutorial will show you how we can send a message to Topic using publish/subscribe messaging system in Apache ActiveMQ. Here we will create both annotation based Spring Boot application and standalone Spring application with XML configurations. For more information on publish/subscribe messaging system please read tutorial https://roytuts.com/configure-jms-client-using-glassfish-3/

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Spring JMS and ActiveMQ Integration – point-to-point domain

This tutorial will show you how we can integrate Spring and Apache ActiveMQ using point-to-point messaging domain. In point to point communication there are exactly one message producer and one message consumer. I will show you both XML configuration and annotation based configuration using Spring JMS integration. For more information on point-to-point messaging system please read tutorial https://roytuts.com/configure-jms-client-using-glassfish-3/ Now we will look into the following steps in order to implement point-to-point messaging system using Spring and ActiveMQ integration.

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ActiveMQ publish/subscribe messaging domain

This tutorial will show you how we can send a message to Topic using publish/subscribe messaging system in Apache ActiveMQ. For more information on publish/subscribe messaging system please read tutorial https://roytuts.com/configure-jms-client-using-glassfish-3/ Before you moving forward please read the tutorial https://roytuts.com/apache-activemq-configuration-in-windows/ for configuring ActiveMQ but do not create any Topic.

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ActiveMQ point-to-point messaging domain

This tutorial will show you how we can send a message to Queue using point-to-point messaging system in Apache ActiveMQ. For more information on point-to-point messaging system please read tutorial https://roytuts.com/configure-jms-client-using-glassfish-3/ Before you move forward please read the tutorial https://roytuts.com/apache-activemq-configuration-in-windows/ for configuring ActiveMQ but do not create any Queue. Now we will look into the following steps in order to implement point-to-point messaging system.

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Apache ActiveMQ Configuration in Windows

This tutorial will show you how you can configure Apache ActiveMQ in Windows platform. Apache ActiveMQ™ is the most popular open source, multi-protocol, Java-based messaging server. It supports industry standard protocols so users get the benefits of client choices across a broad range of languages and platforms. Connectivity from C, C++, Python, . Net, and more is available. Apache ActiveMQ is the most popular and powerful open source messaging and Integration Patterns server. It is fast and supports many Cross Language Clients and Protocols, comes with easy to use Enterprise…

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