IBM WebSphere MQ V7 Programming Using JMS
OverviewThis intermediate level course teaches Java application programmers how to use the Java JMS API to develop basic WebSphere MQ applications. You learn about the interoperability of JMS and the new Message Queue Interface (MQI) in WebSphere MQ V7. The course provides extensive hands-on lab exercises to give you the opportunity to practice the skills that you learn in class. The lab environment for this course uses the Windows platform.
AudienceThis intermediate course is designed for Java programmers who want to learn how to use the Java JMS API to develop basic WebSphere MQ applications.
- Have a basic understanding of the concepts and principles of WebSphere MQ, as taught in courses Technical Introduction to IBM WebSphere MQ (WM100), Technical Introduction to IBM WebSphere MQ (Remote Classroom) (VM100) and Technical Introduction to IBM WebSphere MQ (Self-paced) (ZM100)
- Be able to program in Java, as taught in courses Java SE 6 Programming Fundamentals (WD154), Java SE 6 Programming Fundamentals (Remote Classroom) (VD154) and Java SE 6 Programming Fundamentals (Self-paced) (ZD154)
Key topicsCourse introduction Introduction to messaging, JMS, and WebSphere MQ JMS architecture JMS administration Exercise: IBM WebSphere MQ and JMS administration Defining, producing, and consuming JMS messages Point-to-point programming Exercise: Sending and receiving messages Exercise: Using the request/reply pattern Publish/subscribe programming Exercise: Publish/subscribe messaging Transactions Exercise: Working with transactions WebSphere MQ-specific functions Security Message-driven beans Exercise: Writing a bean-based application Course summary
ObjectivesDescribe concepts of the JMS specification Explain how WebSphere MQ implements JMS support Design and develop application programs for Java JMS WebSphere MQ environments Develop WebSphere MQ programs that use JMS Work with JMS administered objects Work with queues and messages Work with JMS point-to-point and publish/subscribe models Handle and manage exceptions Use WebSphere MQ-specific functions Develop message-driven beans Describe how WebSphere MQ supports the JMS and J2EE standards