IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal, Building a powerful, reliable SOA with JMS and WebSphere ESB -- Part 2

Creating a sample application for a common scenario

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Chuan Feng Li, Xin Peng Liu, and Andre Tost

Date archived: November 22, 2016 | First published: March 22, 2006

The Java™ Message Service (JMS) standardizes reliable messaging on the J2EE™ platform. The recently released IBM® WebSphere® Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) product offers functionality that is at the core of any environment supporting a service-oriented architecture. This is the second of three articles on integrating JMS messaging with WebSphere ESB, and describes use case scenarios that set the stage for building and deploying a test application for demonstrating this integrated messaging.

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