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Package Samples: The API for the JMS Broker which is the server side of a JMS network though it may be deployed inside a client in peer style networks.  


BrokerContainer: The ActiveMQ JMS Broker Container which contains a Broker and one or more instances talking over some org.activemq.transport.TransportChannel Note that once a broker container has been stopped it should be discarded and a new service instance created again. Calling start() on a stopped broker will not usually work.
BrokerContext: A cache of all the brokers and broker connectors in use which is usually used in a singleton way but could be used in an IoC style manner.
Broker: The Message Broker which routes messages, maintains subscriptions and connections, acknowlegdges messages and handles transactions.
DefaultBroker: The default implementation
Main: A simple command line tool which runs a JMS Message Broker on the command line
BrokerContainerImpl: Represents the ActiveMQ JMS Broker which typically has one or many connectors
BrokerClient: A Broker side proxy representing mostly outbound JMS Connnection
BrokerConnector: The Broker is the client side interface to the JMS server
BrokerClientImpl: A Broker client side proxy representing a JMS Connnection
DefaultPersistenceAdapterFactory: Factory class that can create PersistenceAdapter objects.
BrokerConnectorImpl: An implementation of the broker (the JMS server)
AdvisorySupport: Manages advisory subscriptions and messages
BrokerContainerFactory: A Factory of BrokerContainer objects
LocalBrokerInfo: Information about a connected Broker
ConsumerInfoListener: A listener for ConsumerInfo packets
BrokerAdmin: Provides a admin view to a broker.
BrokerClientStub: A mock dispatcher for testing
AdvisorySupportTest: AdvisorySupportTest

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