The Server-side Java market has exploded and use of messaging as a means of integrating applications and processes is as strong, if not stronger, than ever. This book offers a customer-focused perspective on building messaging solutions based on JMS and the leading messaging provider, IBM WebSphere Application Server. The author, Kareem Yusuf, uses his real-world knowledge of JMS and open standards to teach the reader how to most effectively use JMS and IBM software to implement messaging solutions within the enterprise. Although the book is key of developers and technical architects working with IBM WebSphere, the book includes extensive generic examples and material that is not dependent on specific vendor's implementations. All code samples contained within the book will be available on the companion website.
KAREEM YUSUF, IBM Technical Sales Professional, has technical leadership responsibilities for JMS and IBM WebSphere customer implementations. He previously served as Technical Team Lead for WebSphere MQ JMS in IBM's WebSphere MQ Technical Support (Service) Organization at Hursley, UK. He has been working with WebSphere, JMS, and related enterprise messaging technologies since 1998.
I. ENTERPRISE MESSAGING AND JMS. 1. Enterprise Messaging.
Defining Messaging. Messaging Architecture. Message Distribution Paradigms. Interaction Patterns. Connectivity Options. Summary. 2. Java Message Service.
Key Concepts. Messaging Domains. What's New in JMS 1.1. JMS Messages. Application Server Facilities. Concurrent Processing of Incoming Messages. Distributed or Global Transactions. Summary. 3. JMS Messages.
Message Definition. XML. Tagged/Delimited. Record-Oriented. JMS Message Structure. Message Header. Properties. Message Selectors. Message Body. Using the JMS Message Interface. Summary. 4. Using the JMS API.
The JMS Client: Implementation Considerations. Point-to-Point Interface. Connecting to a Provider. Sending Messages. Receiving Messages. Additional Facilities. Publish-Subscribe Interface. Connecting to a Provider. Publishing Messages. Creating Subscribers. Additional Facilities. Handling JMS Exceptions. Handling Local Transactions. Unified Interface. Summary.
II. USING JMS WITH IBM WEBSPHERE. 5. IBM JMS Providers.
The WebSphere Software Platform. WebSphere MQ. System Components. JMS Support. WebSphere MQ Everyplace. JMS Support. WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker. System Components. JMS Support. WebSphere Application Server. JMS Support. Summary. 6. IBM JMS--Administered Objects.
Administered Objects Revisited. WebSphere JMS Provider (Embedded JMS Server). WebSphere QueueConnectionFactory. WebSphere TopicConnectionFactory. WebSphere Queue. WebSphere Topic. WebSphere MQ JMS Provider. MQQueueConnectionFactory. MQTopicConnectionFactory. MQXAQueueConnectionFactory and MQXATopicConnectionFactory. JMSWrapXAQueueConnectionFactory and JMSWrapXATopicConnectionFactory. WebSphere Application Server Runtime Properties. MQQueue. MQTopic. Creating Administered Objects. WebSphere Application Server Administration Console. JMSAdmin. Summary. 7. JMS Implementation Scenarios.
Development Environment. Scenario 1: Exchanging Messages Using EJBs. Create the Sender Session Bean. Create the Message-Driven Bean. Test the Scenario Implementation. Scenario 2: Implementing Publish-Subscribe. Create the Publisher Session Bean. Create the Subscriber Message-Driven Beans. Test the Scenario Implementation. Scenario 3: Communicating with Non-JMS Clients. Using the WebSphere MQ JMS Provider. Testing the Scenario Implementation. Scenario 4: Securing JMS Communications. SSL Concepts. Configuring WebSphere MQ SSL. Testing the Scenario Implementation. Summary. 8. Enterprise Deployment.
JMS Provider Location. Clustering Topologies. High-Availability Clusters. Workload Management Clusters. Message Broker Collectives and Clones. JNDI Namespace Provider. Summary. Appendix A. JMS Specification Excerpts.
Message Selector Syntax. JMS Standard Exceptions. Appendix B. Implementing XA Global Transactions.
Development Environment. Using XA Global Transactions. Create the Entity Bean. Create the Session Bean. Modify the MDB. Test the Scenario Implementation. Appendix C. Implementing Publish-Subscribe II.
Development Environment. Using Message Broker. Broker Configuration. Update Application Configuration. Test the Scenario Implementation. Appendix D. Resources. Index.