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Sending asynchronous JMS messages in WebSphere Application Server V6

Publication Type  Journal Article
Year of Publication  2007
Authors  Patt-Corner, Robert
Journal Title  The Sphere Journal
Volume  3
Issue  2
Journal Date  03/2007
Publisher  Wellesley Information Services
Key Words  JMS;WebSphere;JEE;J2EE
Abstract  

Get a grounding in the fundamentals of developing Java Message Service (JMS) client applications that send asynchronous messages in WebSphere Application Server V6 — a must-have skill for anyone who develops applications that drive transactions over a network. Follow the step-by-step instructions in this article to build a Java Web application that acts as a JMS client to construct and send messages to a destination queue on a WebSphere service integration bus. The complete example application is available at The Sphere Web site.

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