[rabbitmq-discuss] JMS Client with Rabbit MQ
steve at rabbitmq.com
Tue Oct 29 18:01:01 GMT 2013
There is a JMS Client (jar) that uses RabbitMQ as the server. It is available as part of our commercial offering Pivotal vFabric RabbitMQ.
You can learn more about this on the Pivotal page: http://www.gopivotal.com/pivotal-products/apps/vfabric (look for the RabbitMQ feature), and if you follow the support links you will get to the VMware vFabric documentation which describes the JMS support in vFabric RabbitMQ.
At present the JMS Client is at version 1.0.5 (using RabbitMQ 3.1.5), and this supports most of the JMS 1.1 API. However, it does not contain any support for a JMS application reading from or writing to ordinary AMQP resources (exchange/routing key and/or queues). The internal format of the messages used by the JMS client are presently JMS Java client specific and would be difficult to decode in a non-Java AMQP client (not to mention generate).
A new feature (non-JMS messages being read and written through the JMS API) is currently under development, and may form part of an upcoming release.
If you wish to seek support for the JMS Client on RabbitMQ, please send a note to support at rabbitmq.com where terms for the commercial release and requirements are fielded.
Steve Powell [M: +44-7815-838-558; H:+44-1962-775-598; W:+44-2380-111-528]
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On 25 Oct 2013, at 17:56, "PATAR, SAGAR" <sp345s at att.com> wrote:
> We are trying to migrate our existing JMS Message broker to Rabbit MQ …Wanted to check if Rabbit MQ support our existing JMS based clients without any changes ..
> Can we receive message with JMS API using rabbit MQ??
> Thank you
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