JCA 1.5, Part 3, Message inflow

Message-driven beans take on a new life

From the developerWorks archives

David Currie

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: June 07, 2005

In this final installment of his three-part series on the latest version of the J2EE™ Connector Architecture (JCA), David Currie introduces the new message-inflow contract. This enhancement enables a resource adapter to invoke an application asynchronously through a message-driven bean. This article is essential reading if you want use this functionality in an existing resource adapter or are considering writing a new JCA 1.5 resource adapter. It should also be of interest if you write applications that use resource adapters and want to know more about what goes on behind the scenes.

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