IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal, Building an Enterprise Service Bus using WebSphere ESB, Part 2

A JMS messaging example

From the developerWorks archives

Rachel Reinitz and Andre Tost

Date archived: November 22, 2016 | First published: December 06, 2006

Part 1 introduced key features that IBM® WebSphere® Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) provides for building an ESB, with a sample business context that we will use throughout this series, and explained the relationship between the SIBus feature of WebSphere Application Server and WebSphere ESB. Part 2 demonstrates how to connect a J2EE™ client application to the ESB by sending a message over JMS, having the ESB log the message, and then route it to the service provider, implemented by a message-driven bean (MDB). Hence, this article demonstrates ESB support for a JMS service requester and for a JMS service provider.

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Zone=Business process management, WebSphere, Architecture
ArticleTitle=IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: Building an Enterprise Service Bus using WebSphere ESB, Part 2