JMS Connection setup and Framework

Hello chumps. Today I want to write about jms connection testing with a small framework. I wrote a small thing using a factory object model. It’s a lead, a proof of concept. You can use this to go onward. First, let’s begin with the JMS connection it self. JMS Connection First rule of thumb is: “Don’t wait for a response when dealing with JMS queues.” How so? Because, a JMS queue is asynchronous so you wont get back anything....

March 4, 2012 · 5 min · hannibal


When I see something like this: public class Config { public static final string DATABASELINK = "linkhere"; . . . } It sends a small, but chilling shiver down my spine. Just. don’t. There are a lot of possibilities to use configuration in Java. Java property files. Xml. Xml serialization. CSV file. Whatever suits you best, but this? DON’T!

February 27, 2012 · 1 min · hannibal