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This course provides Developers and Administrators insight and practical experience designing and developing with the Java Message Service (JMS) API. The course introduces JMS, and provides the foundation to understand what JMS is and how to use it. The focus of this hands-on course is on practical knowledge and skillsThis course provides hands-on experience designing, developing, and debugging JMS applications. The course covers Java EE Architecture from a JMS viewpoint. Upon customer request this course may include any JMS deployment environment such as Jboss, WebSphere, ApacheMQ, etc.
Prior to taking this course, students should have the following:Understanding of Java Development is requiredBasic understanding of Java EE concepts and architectureTwo years active Java developmentSuccessfully working on a project that has or is planning to implement the technologyWilling to share what is learned with other IRS Java developers
4 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for Administrators who will be installing, configuring, or managing a Hudson Continuous Integration environment.
- Messaging Basics
- Anatomy of a JMS Message
- Point-To-Point Messaging
- Publish-And-Subscribe Messaging
- Messaging Filtering
- Guaranteed Messaging
- Java EE Messaging and SOA Architecture
- Spring and JMS
- Deploying JMS
- Design Patterns for Messaging