The Java Messaging Service training course covers asynchronous messaging using the Java Message Service, or JMS. 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.
By attending Java Messaging Service workshop, delegates will learn to:
- Use JMS queues to manage message transmission between a single producer and a single consumer
- Use JMS for broadcasting of messages in real time
- Use various JMS message types, including text, object, & map-based messages
- Set message headers and use properties to define additional information about messages
- Use message selectors to filter messages in consumption
- Trigger redelivery of messages using various acknowledgement modes and techniques
- Use JMS transactions to assure that message receipts and sends are grouped into atomic units of execution
- Solid Java programming experience
- An understanding of Java web applications will be helpful, but is not required
This Java Messaging Service class is designed for Java programmers looking to communicate with a message server in Java.