Spring AMQP is framework that makes it easy to write Java applications for the Advanced Message Queue Protocol. It supports a variety of common high-level messaging patterns, like synchronous and asynchronous consumers, synchronous producers, automatic re-connection, transactions, batching. The emphasis is on declarative configuration and a POJO programming model without hiding the full power of the underlying protocol.

LicenseApache 2.0
Tagsqueuemessagingamqpspringframework
HomePage http://www.springsource.org/spring-amqp
DateAug 24, 2011
Filespom (16 KB)  View All
RepositoriesCentralAlfrescoSonatypeSpring Releases
Ranking#495209 in MvnRepository (See Top Artifacts)
VulnerabilitiesVulnerabilities from dependencies:
CVE-2023-46120
CVE-2023-20863
CVE-2023-20861
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New Version1.1.1.RELEASE


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Logging
Apache 2.0
log4j » log4j5 vulnerabilities 1.2.152.23.0

Managed Dependencies (20)

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Bytecode
Apache 2.0
cglib » cglib-nodep (optional) 2.23.3.0
Message Queue Client
Apache 2.0GPL 2.0MPL 2.0
com.rabbitmq » amqp-client2 vulnerabilities 2.5.05.20.0
I/O
Apache 2.0
commons-io » commons-io1 vulnerability 1.42.15.1
Java Spec
CDDLGPL 2.0
javax.annotation » jsr250-api (optional) 1.01.3.2
Testing
EPL 2.0
junit » junit1 vulnerability 4.8.25.10.2
Logging
Apache 2.0
log4j » log4j5 vulnerabilities 1.2.152.23.0
JSON Lib
Apache 2.0
org.codehaus.jackson » jackson-core-asl 1.4.32.16.1
JSON Lib
Apache 2.0
org.codehaus.jackson » jackson-mapper-asl2 vulnerabilities 1.4.32.16.1
Erlang Integration
Apache 2.0
org.erlang.otp » jinterface 1.5.31.6.1
Mocking
MIT
org.mockito » mockito-all 1.8.45.10.0
AOP
Apache 2.0
org.springframework » spring-aop 3.0.5.RELEASE6.1.4
Dep Injection
Apache 2.0
org.springframework » spring-beans2 vulnerabilities 3.0.5.RELEASE6.1.4
Core Utils
Apache 2.0
org.springframework » spring-core18 vulnerabilities 3.0.5.RELEASE6.1.4
Dep Injection
Apache 2.0
org.springframework » spring-context1 vulnerability 3.0.5.RELEASE6.1.4
XML Processing
Apache 2.0
org.springframework » spring-oxm2 vulnerabilities 3.0.5.RELEASE6.1.4
Transactions
Apache 2.0
org.springframework » spring-tx 3.0.5.RELEASE6.1.4
Testing
Apache 2.0
org.springframework » spring-test 3.0.5.RELEASE6.1.4
Message Queue Client
Apache 2.0
org.springframework.amqp » spring-amqp3 vulnerabilities 1.0.0.RELEASE3.1.2
Message Queue Client
Apache 2.0
org.springframework.amqp » spring-rabbit 1.0.0.RELEASE3.1.2
Message Queue Client
Apache 2.0
org.springframework.amqp » spring-erlang 1.0.0.RELEASE1.4.6.RELEASE

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NameEmailDev IdRolesOrganization
Dave Syerdsyer<at>vmware.comdsyer
Mark Fishermarkfisher<at>vmware.commarkfisher
Mark Pollackmpollack<at>vmware.commpollack
Jon Brisbinjbrisbin<at>vmware.comjbrisbin
Tomas Lukosiustomas.lukosius<at>opencredo.comtomas.lukosius

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