A JMS messaging application consists of the following components.
The JMS provider communicates with the JMS applications and provides the infrastructure for processing messages. WebLogic Server is the JMS provider in our case.
These are objects created by an administrator, and there are two types: destination and connection factory. The destination objects contain the configuration information that's provided by the JMS provider, in this case the Oracle WebLogic Server. Clients use the destination object to specify the destination for sending and receiving messages. JMS messages can follow one of two different message models. The point-to-point (PTP) message model supports ...