JMS

JMS Connector Service Description

JMS, Java Message Service, provides an API for asynchronous messaging between components in Java applications. It facilitates two-way communication, allowing components to send and receive messages asynchronously without waiting for a response. JMS supports features like chaining for sequential processing of messages, and it incorporates properties and headers for additional information about messages. MIP JMS Sender Connector ensures seamless and rapid publication of messages

JMS Sender

  • Queue Name: A queue name specifies the name of a particular queue, providing access to that queue. Queue names are used by both message producers and consumers in JMS applications.
  • Max. Concurrent Customers: Max Concurrent Consumers refers to a configuration parameter in messaging systems, including those utilizing the Java Message Service (JMS). It denotes the maximum number of concurrent consumers (message receivers) that can simultaneously process messages from a specific destination, such as a queue or topic.
  • Retry Interval:  Retry Interval is a configuration parameter commonly used in JMS and other distributed processing frameworks. This setting determines the time interval between consecutive attempts to process or deliver a message that has previously encountered a failure.

JMS Receiver

  • Queue Name: A queue name specifies the name of a particular queue, providing access to that queue. Queue names are used by both message producers and consumers in JMS applications.
  • Compress Message: The “Compress Message” feature within the MIP involves the application of data compression techniques to messages before they are transmitted. This optimization minimizes the size of messages, reducing the amount of bandwidth required for their transmission. By compressing messages, the system enhances efficiency in data transfer, particularly beneficial in scenarios where network resources are constrained or when large volumes of data need to be transmitted swiftly.
  • Encrypt Message: The “Encrypt Message” feature adds a layer of security to messages by applying encryption before transmission. This ensures that the content of messages remains confidential and protected from unauthorized access during transit. Encryption is crucial for safeguarding sensitive information, making it an integral part of secure communication protocols within the MIP. This feature is particularly valuable in environments where data privacy and security are paramount concerns.
  • Transfer Properties to JMS: The “Transfer Properties to JMS” feature involves the seamless transfer of additional properties or metadata along with the message when it is sent via the Java Message Service (JMS). These properties can include key-value pairs that provide contextual information about the message, such as message type, priority, or any custom attributes. By transferring properties to JMS, the system ensures that the receiving end has comprehensive information about the message, facilitating more intelligent and context-aware message processing.

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