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

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Chapter 6. IBM JMS–Administered Objects

Administered objects, first discussed in Chapter 2, “Java Message Service,” contain provider-specific information that allows the JMS client to access the services of the JMS provider. Defined by the ConnectionFactory and Destination objects, administered objects provide the glue that binds the JMS client to the provider's environment. In this chapter, we focus on the administered objects associated with two IBM JMS providers: the WebSphere JMS Provider and the WebSphere MQ JMS Provider. The WebSphere JMS Provider is supplied as an integral part of the WebSphere Application Server, while the WebSphere MQ JMS Provider comprises WebSphere MQ and WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker (see Chapter 5 ...

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