Chapter 14. Using Generic JMS

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Apache CXF provides a generic implementation of a JMS transport. The generic JMS transport is not restricted to using SOAP messages and allows for connecting to any application that uses JMS.
NOTE: Support for the JMS 1.0.2 APIs has been removed in CXF 3.0. If you are using Red Hat JBoss Fuse 6.2 or higher (includes CXF 3.0), your JMS provider must support the JMS 1.1 APIs.

14.1. Approaches to Configuring JMS

The Apache CXF generic JMS transport can connect to any JMS provider and work with applications that exchange JMS messages with bodies of either TextMessage or ByteMessage.
There are two ways to enable and configure the JMS transport:
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