java sample code for STOMP(The Simple Text Oriented Messaging Protocol)

I want to make a STOMP client program in JAVA.

any sample source code available?
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
You first would need to choose a library that implements the STOMP protocol. These are some that I am aware of. We looked at using STOMP a year or so ago and so I have some cursory knowledge of these libraries but we then decided on a different path, so I don't have a particularly in-depth feel for either of them. You might want to try both and see which is easier to use and/or more appropriate for you needs.

Gozirra -
stompj -

 or.... Write your own low-level client based on the STOMP specs (

Those pages also have some simple code to get you started using each library, so I would suggest just having a go, but if you have any sort of issues with them, just let us know and we can help!

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