Part 1 An introduction to messaging and ActiveMQ 1. ActiveMQ features 1. Using ActiveMQ: why and when? Summary 2.
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Part 1 An introduction to messaging and ActiveMQ 1. ActiveMQ features 1. Using ActiveMQ: why and when? Summary 2. Chapter 2 Understanding message-oriented middleware and JMS 2. Introduction to enterprise messaging 2.
The JMS specification 2. Summary 3. Downloading Maven and compiling the examples 3. Use case one: the stock portfolio example 3. Use case two: the job queue example 3. Chapter 4 Connecting to ActiveMQ 4. Understanding connector URIs 4. Connecting to ActiveMQ over the network 4.
Chapter 5 ActiveMQ message storage 5. How are messages stored by ActiveMQ? The KahaDB message store 5. The AMQ message store 5. The JDBC message store 5. The memory message store 5. Caching messages in the broker for consumers 5. Summary 6. Chapter 6 Securing ActiveMQ 6. Authentication 6. Building a custom security plug-in 6. Embedding ActiveMQ using Java 7. Embedding ActiveMQ using Spring 7.
Writing JMS clients using Spring 7. Summary 8. Chapter 8 Integrating ActiveMQ with application servers 8. The sample web application 8. Integrating with Apache Tomcat 8.
Integrating with Jetty 8. Integrating with Apache Geronimo 8. Integrating with JBoss.
ActiveMQ in action
Dailkis Chapter 9 ActiveMQ messaging for other languages 9. Later chapters cover advanced features such as configuration and performance tuning, illustrating each concept with a running real-world stock portfolio application. Note that this book was written with ActiveMQ version 5. Spring in Action, Fifth Edition. Authors spend lot of pages printing the console outputs of the running programs, but when it comes to explaining the ideas, they clearly try to save space. Surviving network or broker failure with the failover protocol. Read reviews that mention activemq jms messaging configure java configuration features performance reference application source useful action manning.
ActiveMQ in Action