[rabbitmq-discuss] RabbitMQ integration with websphere
rob.harrop at gmail.com
Thu Jul 28 11:20:21 BST 2011
The documentation you point to is about integrating full-featured JMS
providers into WAS.
Whilst there are some JMS drivers for accessing AMQP brokers, I would
strongly recommend against their usage.
To use RabbitMQ from within a Java EE application, you can package the
RabbitMQ Java Client libraries in your EAR and access RabbitMQ using the
standard RabbitMQ API (http://www.rabbitmq.com/api-guide.html).
> I have my application ( my .ear) deployed on Websphere, but want to use the
> messaging provided by rabbitmq. I have already installed the rabbitmqserver,
> erlang and all that stuff on my box. I am trying to find a way (a location
> in websphere) where I can configure to use the rabbitmq stuff rather than
> the websphere jms stuff ( which I am using right now). I read something
> about the shovel plugin:
> but not sure if that is what fulfills my purpose ( because that sounds like
> i would have two messaging setups - one within websphere, and other within
> rabbitmq, rather than a single one in rabbit mq). I also read about
> configuring a third party provider in websphere here:
> Maybe that is closer to what I need but not sure. Is there any way to
> achieve what I am trying to do ( maybe one of the above approaches, or some
> other way)?
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