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  • Correct me if I am wrong, please...

    In Chapter 9 - Supporting services JMS
    of the Professional Java Development with the Spring Framework
    by Rod Johnson et al.
    John Wiley & Sons 2005 ISBN:0764574833

    I am reading:

    'We've focused here on publishing messaging, and seen how Spring can make this much easier. Spring1.3 is scheduled to have sophisticated support for consuming JMS messages, with a powerful alternative to Message Driven Beans for asynchronous processing. This will enable Spring to shoulder more of the responsibility formerly associated with EJBs.'

    I believe that Spring v.2 is the current name for the previous nomenclature of Spring 1.3
    Yet do we have the above 'sophisticated support for consuming JMS messages, with a powerful alternative to Message Driven Beans'? I might be missing something. I guess, we do not have it yet, right? It's coming, correct? Hey, even Rome was not built in one day. I love that BBC/HBO series. I really do

    Cheers,
    Arno

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    Check the docs in the latest M2 release. There are details in the package org.springframework.jms.listener. Also there is a separate library that does this called Jencks at http://jencks.org/.

    Jess

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    • #3
      Thank you Jess for the tip.

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