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Supports for AMQP-based messaging applications. It provides high-level abstractions for sending and receiving messages.

LicenseApache 2.0
CategoriesMessage Queue Clients
Tagsqueueamqpspringclientmessage
Organization Spring IO
HomePage https://github.com/spring-projects/spring-amqp
DateJun 09, 2021
Filesjar (148 KB)  View All
RepositoriesCentralSpring Releases
Ranking#3300 in MvnRepository (See Top Artifacts)
#12 in Message Queue Clients
Used By114 artifacts
VulnerabilitiesDirect vulnerabilities:
CVE-2021-22097
CVE-2021-22095

Vulnerabilities from dependencies:
CVE-2022-22971
CVE-2022-22970
CVE-2022-22968
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Note: There is a new version for this artifact

New Version2.4.7


Licenses

LicenseURL
Apache License, Version 2.0 https://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.txt

Developers

NameEmailDev IdRolesOrganization
Gary Russellgrussell<at>vmware.comgaryrussellproject lead
Artem Bilanabilan<at>vmware.comartembilan
Dave Syerdsyer<at>vmware.comdavesyer
Mark Fishermarkfisher<at>vmware.commarkfisher
Mark Pollackmpollack<at>vmware.commarkpollack

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