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IBM WebSphere: Deployment and Advanced Configuration by Roland Barcia, Keys Botzum, Tom Alcott, Bill Hines

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JMS in WebSphere Application Server

WebSphere Application Server has strong support for JMS. In addition to providing its own embedded JMS server, WAS can be easily configured to support higher-end messaging systems such as WebSphere MQ or WebSphere Business Integration (WBI) Message Broker. Furthermore, any messaging provider that supports the JMS contract can be configured to work with WAS. A messaging system that implements the JMS API is known as a JMS provider. Once a provider is configured, JMS resources can be defined in much the same way to support applications that use JMS and Message Driven Beans. In this section, we will discuss JMS messaging providers from a WebSphere Application Server stand point; [Yusuf 2004] is a good book that's ...

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