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JMS over HTTP on GlassFish (and OpenMQ)

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Masoud has a nice
Detailed Writeup
explaining how to configure
(the GlassFish JMS implementation) to run over HTTP.
This is very useful in constrained situations, for example...

An untrusted applet can communicate back to a server which it is initiated from (server which hosted the applet and delivered the .class and jar files). So your applet can either use mq protocol or it can use JMS over HTTP protocol which is shown in the sample.

BTW, Masoud also briely mentions the new UMS feature in OpenMQ and positions it relative to JMS over HTTP.
Full details in
Masoud's Writeup.

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