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JMS and Websphere Application Server 6.0

 
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Hi,
could anyone give me a detailed example or point me to a link that describes a good use of JMS in general,
and more particularly of JMS and Websphere as the application server ?

I am trying to find out what a good use of JMS is, in which context it should be employed or not etc

The examples I have found do basic things such as writing to the log files when a message arrives in the queue, which is often useless.

Thanks
 
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You use JMS whenever you use asynchronicity. One good example of this is when you have to perform processing that will last longer than a servlet can reasonably perform (e.g. this Javaranch Journal article). JMS is often also used as a communication medium to back-end processing (e.g. CICS transactions) through a messaging middleware like IBM's MQSeries or TIBCO. It basically comes down to -- is there a need in your application to do something asynchronously rather than synchronously.
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