A simplified JMS (Java Message Service) 2.0 API will provide for ease of development. The API offers the means for Java programs to create, send, receive, and read enterprise messaging system messages. Version 2.0, released in April, has been slotted as a simplified release.
"The single biggest change in JMS 2.0 is the introduction of a new API for sending and receiving messages that reduces the amount of code a developer must write," according to Oracle. "For applications that run in a Java EE application server, the new API also supports resource injection. This allows the application server to take care of the creation and management of JMS objects, simplifying the application even further."