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More of the latter.
Oracle does not currently list a JMS provider product as a separate price-list item.
As of this writing, there are no functional changes planned for Open MQ, which would restrict how it can be used.
The separate installer will no longer be supported, though we continue to provide this as an aid for the community. Support contracts for legacy customers may be renewed, but new customers will have to purchase the full Oracle GlassFish Enterprise Server. Anyone interested in additional details should really contact an Oracle Sales representative.
Ok--thanks very much. I want to use the community version of Open MQ within GlassFish, but I need JMS high availability clustering. I believe (but I could be mistaken) that high availability clustering is available in the community version of Open MQ and I was concerned it would be removed. I'm hoping someone can confirm that it is available and is likely to remain so.
Enhanced availability clusters (using a replicated database such as MySQL Cluster/NDB) is available in all current flavors of GlassFish MQ. GlassFish MQ is included with GlassFish Enterprise Server (All editions). Is there some reason you'd want to swap out the version you get with your copy of GlassFish? You shouldn't need to make any changes.
My only concern was rumors that remote access to OpenMQ or the high availability would no longer be available in the community version of Glassfish. Thanks very much for spelling things out.