Thursday, September 23, 2010

Apache ActiveMQ - integrated lightweight JNDI provider

I am testing an existing application that relies heavily on JMS message processing. For development I wanted to test outside of the container instead of running a server and deploying to it every time I made a change . After a quick search in Google I stumbled upon the JNDI Support reference page for Apache ActiveMQ. I have heard of it before but I have never used it.  

"ActiveMQ will work with any JNDI provider capable of storing Java objects. However it is common to require a JNDI initial context to be able to run many JMS example programs. So we provide a simple JNDI InitialContextFactory which can be used to lookup JMS connection factory objects as well as Destination objects."

I just tried it out now and it works like a charm. My day just got a whole lot better  :-) 


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