Start Connecting with Java Messaging Service (JMS)
Last updated Thu Jun 23 2022
Begin your journey with JMS which includes:
Quick steps to configure the JMS Connector
Method example of sending and listening for messages
Method example of “request/reply” patterns for interacting with JMS queues
Java Message Service (JMS) is an API that provides for the ability to create, send and read messages. It provides loosely coupled, reliable and asynchronous communication.
JMS assists applications or software components in communicating and is mainly used to send and receive messages from one application to another. It enables distributed communication that is loosely coupled, reliable, and asynchronous.
This recipe is designed to feature some JMS basics, starting with establishing the connection to a JMS provider. Once the connection is configured learn how to send messages to a JMS queue and set the queue destination dynamically, along with a method on listening for messages on a JMS queue. Finally, explore a process on “request/reply” patterns for interacting with JMS queues. Queues are inherently asynchronous but these patterns can provide a synchronous behavior to an external client.
Seamlessly integrating with the JMS Connector allows for powerful but simplified communication with JMS queues. Start communicating efficiently between different systems via the JMS Connector today!
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