Ajax support in Active MQ builds on the same basis as the REST connector for Active MQ which allows any web capable device to send or receive messages over JMS.
Please note that this is just an example script using PHP.
Server-side processing scripts can be written in any language, using the protocol described in the Data Tables documentation.
This means you can create highly real time web applications taking full advantage of the publish/subscribe nature of Active MQ Ajax allows a regular DHTML client (with Java Script and a modern version 5 or later web browser) to send and receive messages over the web.
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AJAX (asynchronous Java Script and XML) is a group of interrelated, client-side development techniques used to create asynchronous Web applications. This sends the parameters to server, which then does the processing.
By default, an ajax client will receive all messages on a topic or queue it is subscribed to.
In Active MQ 5.4.1 supports JMS selectors since it is frequently useful to receive only a subset of these messages.
The message is sent to the destination as a Text Message.