This course teaches everything that most Java developers will need to know about programming asynchronous messaging using the Java Message Service, or JMS, on the OracleÂ® WebLogic platform. Both the point-to-point and publish-and-subscribe messaging styles are covered, but there is an emphasis on the more popular point-to-point approach using message queues. The course moves quickly from JMS fundamentals -- connections, sessions, queues, topics, etc. -- to intermediate techniques such as message properties and selectors. By the end of the day, students will understand JMS reliability and be able to make intelligent architectural choices between delivery modes, acknowledgement modes, and transacted sessions.
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Posted on Jun 27, 2010 by rsakowski
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