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

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Chapter 4. Using the JMS API

Having established an understanding of our unit of exchange—the message—we are now ready to delve into the mechanics of messaging using the JMS API. In this chapter we begin with a discussion on implementation choices, examining our options regarding the software components with which we might implement a JMS client. We then undertake a detailed review of the JMS API, using code snippets to illustrate usage and implementation approaches. We do this by examining in turn each set of interfaces: point-to-point, publish-subscribe, and the unified or common interface. This will round out our knowledge of JMS and prepare us to consider a number of real-world scenarios based on a specific product family: IBM WebSphere.

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