The real-world guide to JMS messaging with IBM WebSphere technologies
This book offers start-to-finish guidance for building reliable, high-performance JMS-based messaging infrastructure with IBM WebSphere technologies.
IBM expert Kareem Yusuf systematically introduces the latest versions of JMS—both 1.1 and 1.02b. Once you've thoroughly mastered JMS development on any platform, Yusuf turns to the exceptional JMS support found in IBM's WebSphere products. Using extensive code examples, he walks you step-by-step through WebSphere JMS development, configuration, deployment, and administration in several real-world scenarios. Coverage includes:
Roles and goals of messaging infrastructure in the enterprise
Key JMS concepts: messaging domains, messages, and Application Server Facilities
Defining/structuring content, choosing message types, and manipulating messages
The JMS API, explained through detailed code examples
Using JMS with EJB, message-driven beans, servlets, and portlets
Working with IBM WebSphere JMS providers, administered objects, and tools
Hands-on tutorials: EJB message exchange, integration with non-JMS applications, and SSL security
Resource location and physical topologies for maximizing availability and efficiency
Whether you're developing enterprise messaging infrastructure, architecting it, or managing it, this book delivers indispensable guidance-straight from the frontlines.
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Download an extensive library of code samples for JMS 1.1 and 1.02b, including complete functional prototypes built for JMS 1.02b.