JMS Point-to-Point Queue Model

Figure 12.13 depicts the basic JMS architecture elements that support point-to-point message queuing. The message queuing architecture is really an extension of the core JMS architecture with features that specifically focus on message queuing behavior. Connection factories, connections, sessions, message producers, message consumers, and endpoint destinations are all extended with point-to-point message queuing model interfaces. Thus, by understanding the core JMS architecture presented earlier, you can most rapidly understand the specific point-to-point message queuing specializations presented here. As we'll also illustrate later in this chapter, new to JMS v1.1, the more generic JMS architecture may also be ...

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