Enterprise JMS Programming

Enterprise JMS Programming

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This book brings you complete coverage of Sun's Java Message Service API from one of Sun's very own Java experts. You'll find detailed coverage of topics such as JMS security and integration of JMS-based systems in Internet and application server environments. Clear and concise coverage with robust examples set this book apart from the existing titles on the market - exactly what serious developers are looking for.show more

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  • Paperback | 408 pages
  • 190 x 232 x 34mm | 821g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 0764548972
  • 9780764548970
  • 1,795,791

Table of contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: JMS Programming. Chapter 1: Introducing JMS. Chapter 2: The JMS Message. Chapter 3: Sending Messages. Chapter 4: Receiving Messages. Chapter 5: Publish/Subscribe Messaging. Chapter 6: Point--to--Point Messaging. Chapter 7: Building Message--Driven Beans with EJB 2.0. Chapter 8: JMS Transactions. Chapter 9: Securing JMS. Chapter 10: Maximizing JMS Performance. PART II: JMS Administration. Chapter 11: Administering JMS. Chapter 12: Sample Administration of Real JMS Products. PART III: JMS Architecture. Chapter 13: An Enterprise Real--Time Financial Trading System. Chapter 14: An Integrated Workflow System. Chapter 15: A High--Volume Extranet System. Chapter 16: An Internet Order--Taking System. Appendix A: API Listing. Appendix B: JMS--Compliant Products. Index.show more

About Shawn Terry

Shaun Terry is a Senior Java Architect with the Sun Java Center, where he has helped a wide variety of small companies and large corporations such as Charles Schwab, Ford, NASDAQ, and Dow Jones design enterprise--class systems based on the latest Java and Internet technologies. His experience includes 15 years of system development, design, and architecture at Sun Microsystems and on Wall Street.show more

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