At a more specific level, Spring Framework 4.1.4 Adaptive Decision Manager relies on the Spring JMS integration framework. The springjms-4.1.4.RELEASE.jar archive must be part of the installed Spring module.
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Yes spring module is required. Hornetq is the just like any other JMS provider like ActiveMQ,IBM-MQ. Spring-JMS is the non-J2EE implementation of JMS API so that the application can access any JMS provider be it Hornetq, Active MQ...
Here is how to install Spring-JMS module in JBoss which is unfortunately un-documented in installation guide.
Spring module related jar files could be downloaded from maven repo like
thanks, to clarify, are both hotnetq (which comes with JBoss) and spring jms framework required for DSM? How do we know if the installation is correct (i.e., how do I trigger use of Spring JMS framework)? I installed DSM without spring framework it appears that the basic stuff (e.g., ping from prpc) does work.