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    Which frameworks are implemented by the JMS API ?


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    Java Message Service (JMS) is a specification for message passing and related operations among distributed software components. JMS-based communication is a potential solution in any distributed computing scenario in which you need to pass data, either synchronously or asynchronously, among distributed software components. A distributed component can subscribe to specific topics, or connect to specific queues, and then act accordingly when qualifying messages arrive.

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