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|Oracle GlassFish Server Message Queue 4.5 Developer's Guide for C Clients|
This chapter summarizes the differences between the C API and the Java API to Message Queue and provides a quick start to compiling and running Message Queue C clients. It covers the following topics:
You should be familiar with the concepts presented in the Message Queue Technical Overview before you read this chapter.
Depending on your needs, after you read this chapter, you can proceed either to Chapter 3, Client Design Issues, which describes the major issues governing C client design, or to Chapter 2, Using the C API, which explains how you use C data types and functions to obtain the messaging behavior that interests you.
The term “C developer” is used generically throughout this book and includes the C++ developer as well.