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<chapter xmlns="" version="5.0" xml:id="JMS-Client-0-8-JMS-Getting-And-Dependencies">
<title>Getting the Client And Dependencies</title>
<section xml:id="JMS-Client-0-8-JMS-Getting-And-Dependencies-Getting">
<title>Getting the Client</title>
<para>The Apache Qpid JMS client for AMQP 0-9-1/0-10 is available as a bundle or from ${qpidMavenRepoDesc}.</para>
<para>The bundle archive includes the Client itself (qpid-client jar) together with slf4j-api, and geronimo-jms_1.1_spec.
It is available from <link xmlns:xlink="" xlink:href="${qpidDownloadUrl}">${qpidDownloadUrlDesc}</link>.</para>
<para>You can add the Qpid Client as a dependency into your maven project as illustrated below:</para>
<para><xref linkend="JMS-Client-0-8-Appendix-Maven"/> illustrates a minimal Maven POM required to use the Qpid Client.</para>
<section xml:id="JMS-Client-0-8-JMS-Getting-And-Dependencies-Dependencies">
<para>The Client has minimal set of external dependencies. </para>
<para> It requires: <itemizedlist>
<para>JDK 1.7 or higher.<footnote><para>The Java Cryptography Extension (JCE)
Unlimited Strength policy files are required for the <link xmlns:xlink="" linkend="JMS-Client-Message-Encryption">Message Encryption</link>
<para>JMS 1.1 specification (such as geronimo-jms_1.1_spec JAR)</para>
<para><link xmlns:xlink="" xlink:href="">Apache SLF4J</link> (slf4j-api-x.y.z JAR)</para>
<para>The use of SLF4J means that application authors are free to plug in any logging framework
for which an SLF4J binding exists. </para>