Java Message Service (O'Reilly Java Series)
||Author: Richard Monson-Haefel, David Chappell|
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Publisher: O'Reilly & Associates (December, 2000)
Sales Rank: 51,869
Average Customer Rating: 3.61 out of 5
Customer ReviewsRating: 3 out of 5
Decent Book on JMS
If you're looking to learn JMS, then this is a decently good book to get you started. One of the best things about it is that it's not very thick and it gets to the point pretty quickly.
Rating: 5 out of 5
I recommend it. It delivers solid useful foundational info.
I needed to learn JMS for use on a project using WebSphere MQ and MQ Integrator (formerly MQSeries and MQSeries Integrator). This book did the job. The book provides multiple bug-free sample programs starting with a simple Chat and moving on to more involved B2B examples. The examples added complexity at a pace that was right for me. It provides discussions on the use of different programming patterns explaining not just how the Java classes work, but making recommendations on how best to use them.
The book sticks to platform independent JMS (as expected) showing SonicMQ screens occasionally. I used several IBM Redbooks and the MQ product manuals to get the platform specific parts configured.
Rating: 4 out of 5
JMS all you need is this book
I bought this book because I needed it for a project. If you need a consise and easy to read. It covers all you need to know to write your code this book is for you. There are other books with 600+ pages which cost more $$. It has links to JMS providers that you can use to run the sample code. The code is simple but to the point. I was able to compile the code without much changes. I would have give it 5 if it had one or two more chapters with more advanced samples.
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