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Oracle Service Bus 11g Development Cookbook by Eric Elzinga, Mischa Kölliker, Jan van Zoggel, Edwin Biemond, Guido Schmutz

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Using request-response messaging with JMS

This recipe shows you how to implement the request/reply design patterns over JMS. For this we need two queues, the RequestQueue where the request is sent to and consumed by the replier, and the ResponseQueue where the answer/reply is sent to by the replier and then consumed by the initial requester.

This is shown in the following diagram where on the left the requestor is implemented by a business service on OSB, and on the right the replier is implemented as a proxy service on OSB.

Using request-response messaging with JMS

In a real case, the OSB normally only plays one role of either the requestor or the replier, and hence it is only on one side. ...

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