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Professional JMS Programming

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Professional JMS Programming

Professional JMS Programming

640 pages, parution le 15/12/1999


What does this book cover?
  • The fundamental elements of JMS programming, including durable messages, transactions, connections, and sessions
  • How to use JMS for message queues in the Point-to-Point domain
  • How to use JMS for topics in the Publish/Subscribe domain
  • How to integrate JMS with other J2EE technologies including JSP, EJB 1.1, and EJB 2.0
  • How to further decouple your system by combining JMS with XML
  • The role of JMS in mobile messaging
  • How JMS can be used in a clustered architecture
  • The specifics of using JMS against some of the most popular JMS providers
This book shows how you can use the Java Message Service (JMS) to create robust, asynchronous, loosely-coupled Java applications. It covers both the fundamental and advanced features of the latest 1.02 API, in both the Point-to-Point and Publish/Subscribe messaging domains. With JMS provision becoming mandatory in the next generation of J2EE 1.3 application servers, this book will prepare you for building portable, messaging-enabled web and middle tier solutions, including the use of the new message-driven EJBs. It also covers the emerging uses of messaging in the mobile domain, and the strong relationship that is building between new XML messaging standards, and small footprint JMS clients. Finally, the book also provides a practical guide to the use of JMS against many of the leading messaging vendors available, including JMQ, FioranoMQ, WebLogic, and iBus//MessageServer.

Who is this book for?
This book is for professional Java developers who need to add enterprise messaging capabilities to their applications. No knowledge of JMS is required but it is assumed that the reader is familiar with Java and preferably with the enterprise APIs of JNDI, JSP and EJB, as well as some knowledge of XML.

Chapter 1: Introduction to Messaging Applications, MOM, and JMS
Chapter 2: JMS API Fundamentals
Chapter 3: JMS Messages
Chapter 4: Point-to-Point Messaging
Chapter 5: Publish/Subscribe Messaging
Chapter 6: Web Applications and JMS
Chapter 7: Enterprise JavaBeans and JMS
Chapter 8: JMS and Clustering
Chapter 9: Distributed Logging Using JMS
Chapter 10: XML Messaging
Chapter 11: JMS for Mobile Applications and Wireless Communication

Appendix A: JMS Providers and JNDI
Appendix B: Message Selector Syntax
Appendix C: Emerging Standards

L'auteur Wrox Team

Michael Brundage, Patrick Dengler, Jeff gabriel, Andy Hoskinson, Michael Kay, Thomas Maxwell, Marcelo Ochoa, Johnny Papa, Mohan Vanmane, John Carnell, Bjarki Holm, Ann Horton, Kevin Mukhar, Daniel O'Connor, Mario Zucca, Michael Awai, Matthew Bortniker, Jaeda goodman, Thomas Kyte, Glenn E. Mitchell II, Gary Nicol, Frank Hubeny, Sean Dillon, Drew Erwin, Guy Ruth-Hammond, Burton Harvey, Simon Robinson, Julia Templeman, Karli Watson, Subrahmanyam Allamaraju, Ronald Ashri, Chad darby, Robert Flenner, Tracy Karsjens, Mark Kerzner, Alex Krotov, Alex Linde, Jim MacIntosh, James McGorven, Thor Mirchandani, Bryan Plaster, Don Reamy, Dr P G Sarang, Dave Writz, Aldo Calpini, Arthur Corliss, Simon Cozens, JJ Merelo-Guervos, Aalhad Saraf, Chris Nandor...

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Éditeur(s) Wrox Press
Auteur(s) Wrox Team
Parution 15/12/1999
Nb. de pages 640
Format 18,4 x 23,2
Couverture Broché
Poids 1075g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9781861004932


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