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Overview of the JMS Examples

The following tables list the examples used in this chapter, describe what they do, and link to the section that describes them fully. The example directory for each example is relative to the tut-install/examples/jms/ directory.

Table 49-1 JMS Examples That Show the Use of Java EE Application Clients

Example Directory

Description

simple/producer

Using an application client to send messages; see Sending Messages

simple/synchconsumer

Using an application client to receive messages synchronously; see Receiving Messages Synchronously

simple/asynchconsumer

Using an application client to receive messages asynchronously; see Using a Message Listener for Asynchronous Message Delivery

simple/messagebrowser

Using an application client to use a QueueBrowser to browse a queue; see Browsing Messages on a Queue

simple/clientackconsumer

Using an application client to acknowledge messages received synchronously; see Acknowledging Messages

durablesubscriptionexample

Using an application client to create a durable subscription on a topic; see Using Durable Subscriptions

transactedexample

Using an application client to send and receive messages in local transactions (also uses request-reply messaging); see Using Local Transactions

shared/sharedconsumer

Using an application client to create shared nondurable topic subscriptions; see Using Shared Nondurable Subscriptions

shared/shareddurableconsumer

Using an application client to create shared durable topic subscriptions; see Using Shared Durable Subscriptions

Table 49-2 JMS Examples That Show the Use of Java EE Web and EJB Components

Example Directory

Description

websimplemessage

Using managed beans to send messages and to receive messages synchronously; see Sending and Receiving Messages Using a Simple Web Application

simplemessage

Using an application client to send messages, and using a message-driven bean to receive messages asynchronously; see Receiving Messages Asynchronously Using a Message-Driven Bean

clientsessionmdb

Using a session bean to send messages, and using a message-driven bean to receive messages; see Sending Messages from a Session Bean to an MDB

clientmdbentity

Using an application client, two message-driven beans, and JPA persistence to create a simple HR application; see Using an Entity to Join Messages from Two MDBs


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