Spring Book – Chapter 17 – Messaging with Spring

Receiving Messages

Similar to “send” methods, JmsTemplate offers four variations of “receive” methods namely “receive”, “receiveSelected”, “receiveAndConvert” and “receiveSelectedAndConvert”. Listing 18-19 below shows a sample class which is used to receive messages using Spring JMS.

Listing 18-19. Sample which shows receiving of message using Spring JMS

The corresponding bean declaration in Spring configuration file is shown in Listing 18-20 below.

Listing 18-20. Bean declaration of test message receiver class with objects injected

The variations of “receive” methods can be summarized as shown in Listing 18-21 below.

Listing 18-21. Variations of “receive” methods in JmsTemplate class

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