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Question 16 :

What is asynchronous messaging? Queue

Answer :

Asynchronous messaging involves a client that does not wait for a message from the server. An event is used to trigger a message from a server. So even if the client is down , the messaging will complete successfully.


Question 17 :

How does a typical client perform the communication? Queue

Answer :

1. Use JNDI to locate administrative objects.
2. Locate a single ConnectionFactory object.
3. Locate one or more Destination objects.
4. Use the ConnectionFactory to create a JMS Connection.
5. Use the Connection to create one or more Session(s).
6. Use a Session and the Destinations to create the MessageProducers and MessageConsumers needed.
7. Perform your communication.


Question 18 :

What is JMS session? Queue

Answer :

A single-threaded context for sending and receiving JMS messages. A JMS session can be nontransacted, locally transacted, or participating in a distributed transaction.


Question 19 :

What is the use of JMS? In which situations we are using JMS? Can we send message from one server to another server using JMS? Queue

Answer :

JMS is the ideal high-performance messaging platform for intrabusiness messaging, with full programmatic control over quality of service and delivery options.


Question 20 :

What is the difference between durable and non-durable subscriptions?

Answer :

Point-To-Point (PTP). This model allows exchanging messages via queues created for some purposes. A client can send and receive messages from one or several queues. PTP model is easier than pub/sub model.
A durable subscription gives a subscriber the freedom of receiving all messages from a topic, whereas a non-durable subscription doesn't make any guarantees about messages sent by others when a client was disconnected from a topic.