Question 6 :
What are the advantages of JMS?
One of the principal advantages of JMS messaging is that it's asynchronous. Thus not all the pieces need to be up all the time for the application to function as a whole.
Question 7 :
What is the publish-and-subscribe model in JMS?
A publish-subscribe model is based on the message topic concept: Publishers send messages in a topic, and all subscribers of the given topic receive these messages.
Question 8 :
What is JMS administered object?
A preconfigured JMS object (a resource manager connection factory or a destination) created by an administrator for the use of JMS clients and placed in a JNDI namespace
Question 9 :
What is publish/subscribe messaging?
With publish/subscribe message passing the sending application/client establishes a named topic in the JMS broker/server and publishes messages to this queue. The receiving clients register (specifically, subscribe) via the broker to messages by topic; every subscriber to a topic receives each message published to that topic. There is a one-to-many relationship between the publishing client and the subscribing clients.
Question 10 :
What is the main parts of JMS applications?
The main parts of JMS applications are:
--ConnectionFactory and Destination