Access JMS systems from python via a REST API
HJB provides access to JMS resources via HTTP. It acts as an HTTP gateway server for any JMS 1.1 messaging provider, providing RESTful equivalents for most of the non-optional portions of the JMS API.
- send/receive messages from any Enterprise Messaging System that supports the JMS 1.1 API. It is distributed with a few demo scripts showing it being used with various different messaging providers: WebSphere MQ, Swift MQ, Active MQ and JBoss Messaging.
- register JMS administrable objects e.g, queues, topics and connection factories.
- configure JMS runtime objects, e.g, connections, sessions, message consumers, message producers, queue browsers and durable subscribers etc.
Importantly, python programs written using PyHJB are portable across JMS messaging providers. The programs use the JMS API via HTTP, rather than a vendor’s custom messaging API, thus combining two great maintainability traits:
- the use of the JMS API
- being written in python!
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