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How to create a JMS Service

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2006-03-28 21:23:24.0Z
Camilo Pérez Posted on 2006-03-23 20:45:52.0Z
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Could someone tell me how to create a JMS Service that reads messages
froma EAS Queue???


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Samir Nigam Posted on 2006-03-28 21:23:24.0Z
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Camilo,

Reading messages from a queue can be done by seting up JMS as transport
protocol for service access. You do this in the service's deployment
package - Access Configuration tab - Expose Service. You choose JMS as a
transport protocol and specify a queue on a messaging server to read from.
You can choose EAServer queue there. By doing so service is configured for
invocation via messages sent to the associated queue. In other words,
service is reading messages from a queue.

BTW, Message service is intended for outbound messaging i.e. sending
messages to a queue.

Hope this helps.

Thanks,
Samir

"Camilo Pérez" <cperez@soin.co.cr> wrote in message
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> Could someone tell me how to create a JMS Service that reads messages
> froma EAS Queue???
>
>
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