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EJB3 Asynchronous messaging with WebSphere7.0

April 2nd, 2011 9 comments

In enterprise applications when you have to delivery a message and even if the destination is down and you do not want to wait for a response in real time we better use JMS to work with asynchronous messaging. A Message Driven Bean is a stateless enterprise bean. A container typically manages a pool ed advanced lite set of such objects. As messages arrive, the container will take an MDB from the pool cytoxan and have it process a message. If the processing succeeds, the message is removed from the queue; otherwise

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it remains on the queue. Basically, we can create a JMS component using the annotation @ MessageDriven and also implementing the interface java.jms.MessageListener. In this article, we will create a simple example and then deploy it/test it on Websphere 7.0 with EJB3 Feature Pack.

Setting up the JMS Provider and the Destination

We will use WebSphere Application Server 7.0 JMS Provider. In my antabuse previous Asynchronous messaging using JMS on WebSphere 7.0 article I have demonstrated how to create an Integration Bus, JMS Provider, Connection Factory, Destination and Activation specifications in WebSphere 7.0 so I will assume that we are familiar with that. Read more…

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