Java Messaging Services (JMS) Training In Chennai

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Messaging System

  • Objectives
  • Messaging Standard
  • Messaging System
  • Enterprise Messaging
  • Asynchronous Messaging
  • Message Oriented Middleware
  • Types of Messaging Architecture
  • Centralized Architecture
  • Decentralized Architecture
  • Hybrid Architecture
  • JMS
  • JMS Client
  • JMS Messaging Model
  • Point to Point Model
  • Queue Browser
  • Publish & Subscribe Model
  • Durable Subscrption
  • Application Scenarios
  • Enterprise Application Integration
  • Geographic Dispersion
  • Dynamically Adding Clients
  • RPC versus Asynchronous Messaging
  • Tightly Coupled RPC
  • Enterprise Messaging
  • Messaging API over RPC
  • Messaging Example
  • Summary
  • Lab Activities

Introduction to JMS

  • Objectives
  • What is JMS API?
  • JMS API in the JavaEE Platform
  • JMS API Architecture
  • JMS Provider
  • JMS Clients
  • Messages
  • Administrated Objects
  • JMS Messaging Styles
  • Point to Point Messaging Style
  • Publish/Subscrie Messaging Style
  • Message Consumption
  • The JMS API Programming Model
  • JMS Administrated Objects
  • JMS Connection Factories
  • JMS Destination
  • Simple Producer Program
  • Simple Consumer Program
  • Connection
  • Session
  • JMSContext Object
  • JMS Message Producers
  • JMS Message Consumers
  • The receive Method
  • The start & stop Method
  • JMS Message Listeners
  • JMS Message Selectors
  • Consuming Messages from Topics
  • Sending Messages to Topics
  • Message Distribution
  • Subscriptions
  • Creating Durable Subscriptions
  • Durable Unshared Subscription
  • Setting Client ID
  • Shared Durable Subscription
  • Non Durable Unshared Subscription
  • Non Durable Shared Subscription
  • JMS Message Headers
  • Summary
  • Lab Activities

Message Driven Bean

  • Objectives
  • JMS API in JavaEE Applications
  • Creating Resources for JavaEE Applications
  • @JMSDestinationDefinition
  • @JMSConnectionFactoryDefinition
  • Portable JNDI Namespaces
  • java:global
  • java:app
  • java:module
  • java:comp
  • Message Driven Bean
  • The Lifecycle of a Message Driven Bean
  • MDB Class Requirements
  • MDB Class
  • @MessageDriven Annotation
  • Creating MDB using IDE
  • Final Program of Message Driven Bean
  • Summary
  • Lab Activities

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