FFMQ Script Publisher's description
from S. Pognant
This is a full-Java, light-weight, fast native JMS 1.1 implementation
The Java Message Service (JMS) is a messaging system that allows application components based on the J2EE platforms to create, save, send, receive, and read messages.
FFMQ internally follows the JMS 1.1 object model. This is a main difference with most other implementations that use their own proprietary model, providing JMS through wrappers.
Achieved CPU consumption is pretty low, even in high throughput/ high concurrency scenarios.
Reliable persistence is achieved through an internal - per queue - synchronous block-file based I/O system, providing high performance figures.
Server Side - Unpack the distribution
Client Side - On the client-side, the ffmq-core.jar will be needed in the classpath. Those jars are in the lib/ directory of the server package.
Here are some key features of "FFMQ":
В· JMS 1.1 compliant
В· Full-java 1.4 implementation
В· JMX support to monitor queues and topics
В· SSL support for remote connections
В· Tuned TCP-based network protocol and fail-safe persistence layer
В· Template-based destination definitions
В· Destination auto-creation using pattern-matching
В· The following optional JMS operations are not yet implemented:
В· ConnectionConsumers and DurableConnectionConsumers
В· Session MessageListener
Program Release Status: Major Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall