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Message Queue in component diagram

 
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Hi everyone,

In UML 1.4 if I need to represent a message queue in the component diagram then it can be represented by a component with <<JMSMessageQueue>> stereortype or there is some other way to show JMS queues ?

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I think you could also use the stereotype of <<subsystem>> and give the name of JmsQueue.
 
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I have modelled external systems as subsystems in the component diagram. I am not sure if modelling JMS queue as a subsystem will be correct.
 
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The Jms queue is not part of our developed component, instead,it is a existing JMS server implementation from third parties like weblogic or IBM, no matter remote or local queue for the system. We just make use of this infrastructure service in our system.
 
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