The JMS specification provides developers with a standard Java API for enterprise messaging services such as reliable queuing, publish and subscribe communication, and various aspects of push/pull technologies. JMS is the enterprise Java standard for messaging. It enables applications and components in Java to send and receive messages. WebLogic Server provides a complete implementation of the JMS standard.
There are several paradigms for messaging in JMS, including:
Topic-based, publish-subscribe system
The queue model enables JMS clients to push messages onto a JMS queue. Clients can then retrieve these messages. The topic-based model enables publishers to send messages to registered subscribers of the ...