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From "Adam Crain" <adam.cr...@plymouthsystems.com>
Subject java amqp api vs. jms api
Date Tue, 16 Mar 2010 04:21:25 GMT
This is a generic question for the qpid development folks...

 

There seems to be two APIs available for java clients: direct amqp api
and a JMS api

 

However, only the JMS api is touted on the website.  Why is the direct
amqp api so underdocumented as compared to JMS? They only way one can
really figure out how to use it is to look the amqp examples in:

 

qpid/java/client/example/src/main/java/org/apache/qpid/example/amqpexamp
le/

 

I can only assume that the JMS api is a wrapper around the core amqp
library itself (i.e. a mapping only)

 

JMS adds a lot of conceptual overhead that takes you further away from
the amqp model... Will the direct amqp library always be supported / are
there plans to provide better documentation for the direct API?

 

Thanks!

Adam

 

 

Adam Crain

Manager of R&D

Plymouth Systems, Inc.

919-428-1002

 


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