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JBoss A-MQ Getting Started

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JBoss A-MQ Getting Started

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This introduction has been setup to get you started as quickly as possible with the newest member of the JBoss Integration portfolio, JBoss A-MQ, which will be available very soon. We have put together a three part video tour of the product, an example quick setup of the product and the installation of an existing project that is then deployed on JBoss A-MQ.

The project was existing work done by Charles Moullaird, a brilliant consultant that has done many projects using this technology.

Part I - introduction
This is a very quick and dirty introduction to the JBoss A-MQ product and gives you an idea of what the components are. It sets the stage for the following two parts with an overview of the websocket demo project.



Part II - setup and configuration
The product is installed and configured right before your very eyes in no time at all with a fully automated project setup script. The server setup is shown using the latest JBoss Developer Studio and you are ready to get going.



Part III - development setup
The demo is imported into the JBoss Developer Studio, we start the server, deploy our project and walk you through the websocket demo.




You now have a complete, repeatable, and interesting JBoss A-MQ integration demo story that you can share with all your friends and family. Enjoy!

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