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This specification provides asynchronous messaging support based on Reactive Streams for MicroProfile.
MicroProfile Reactive Messaging does not contain an implementation itself but only provides the specified API, a TCK and documentation.
The following implementations are available:
Open Liberty 126.96.36.199+ usage (via SmallRye Reactive Messaging)
The whole MicroProfile Reactive Messaging project can be built via Apache Maven.
$> mvn clean install
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