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Enterprise Messaging Using JMS and IBM® WebSphere® by Kareem Yusuf - Ph.D.

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Appendix C. Implementing Publish-Subscribe II

In Chapter 7 we implemented the publish-subscribe scenario using the WebSphere JMS Provider. It greatly simplified our development environment; however, for enterprise deployments we would typically use WebSphere Business Integration Event/Message Broker as the publish-subscribe broker. Thus, in this appendix we modify our implementation to use the Message Broker. This change does not affect our current implementation of the JMS clients, the publisher session bean and subscribing MDBs. It does require, however, that Message Broker be configured and that a different set of administered objects are defined.

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