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Send and Receive JMS w/ FME

04.15.2013
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You can add spatial capabilities to your enterprise application by plugging FME Server into it. In this demo you'll see how FME Server can send and receive Java Messaging Service (JMS) messages. We'll use the notification service to send information into an Apache ActiveMQ JMS.

The FME Server notification service is a highly flexible way of handling real-time data. It allows you to send and receive notifications with a publish and subscribe pattern.

For the full FME Server webinar, visit http://www.safe.com/learning/webinars...