By Scott Grant, Silvano Maffeis, Gopalan Suresh Raj, Paul Giotta
This ebook indicates how one can use the Java Message carrier (JMS) to create strong, asynchronous, loosely-coupled Java functions. It covers either the elemental and complicated beneficial properties of the most recent 1.02 API, in either the Point-to-Point and Publish/Subscribe messaging domain names. With JMS provision changing into needed within the subsequent iteration of J2EE 1.3 software servers, this publication will arrange you for construction transportable, messaging-enabled internet and center tier recommendations, together with using the recent message-driven EJBs. It additionally covers the rising makes use of of messaging within the cellular area, and the robust courting that's construction among new XML messaging criteria, and small footprint JMS consumers. eventually, the e-book additionally presents a realistic consultant to using JMS opposed to a few of the top messaging proprietors to be had, together with JMQ, FioranoMQ, WebLogic, and iBus//MessageServer.