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Christopher Wong

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Christopher Wong is a senior software engineer at lifeIMAGE.
JmsTemplate is not evil Posted: Jan 4, 2013 6:40 PM
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A while back, I watched a presentation on JMS messaging where the presenter (Mark Richards) declared that Spring’s JmsTemplate is “evil,” and he had the benchmarks to prove it. Since Mark was kind enough to provide the source code (based on ActiveMQ), I decided to dig a little deeper to determine the cause. It turns out that the apparent poor performance of JmsTemplate was not due to anything

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