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

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WebSphere Request Queues

If you're at all familiar with WAS (or other application servers), you're apt to recognize that there are typically several different WAS components involved in constructing and providing a client response, as well as one or more external components that are part of the client request-response cycle.” All of these components construct a queuing network, which is a network of interconnected queues that represent the various components of the application serving platform. These queues include the network, web server, Servlet engine, Enterprise JavaBean (EJB) component container, data source, and possibly a connection manager to a custom backend system. Each of these WebSphere resources represents a queue of requests waiting ...

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