Posts tagged ActiveMQ
Connect Payara Micro to External JMS Broker by Deploying a RAR file
Published on 08 May 2020
by Ondro Mihályi
Topics: OpenMQ, ActiveMQ, Payara Micro, JakartaEE | 0 Comments
Payara Micro is a lightweight middleware platform for containerized Jakarta EE application deployments, but it still provides a lot of APIs and functionality for developers. On top of all Jakarta EE Web Profile APIs, Payara Micro also supports a additional Jakarta EE APIs, and it also provides the same MicroProfile, Payara, and JCache APIs as our complete application platform, Payara Server. In this article, we’ll show you how to make use of Jakarta Messaging (JMS) in Payara Micro to send and receive messages to and from a JMS broker.
Using the Payara Micro Maven Plugin
Published on 03 Aug 2017
by Mike Croft
Topics: ActiveMQ, JMS, Maven, Payara Micro, Microservices, How-to, Uber JAR | 4 Comments
Payara Micro provides build tool plugins for Maven and Gradle. The plugins allows to start/stop/reload Payara Micro instance and package uber jar bundle of application. To illustrate the use of Payara Micro Maven Plugin, I'll be revisiting my earlier blog on another feature of Payara Micro - the ability to use Payara Micro as a JMS consumer.
Connecting to ActiveMQ with Payara Server
Published on 21 Dec 2015
by Steve Millidge
Topics: ActiveMQ, How-to | 11 Comments
In a previous blog we described how to disable the OpenMQ message broker in Payara Server. In this blog we'll describe how to use Active MQ and send and receive messages from Payara Server.