Easily Connect to the Java Messaging Service with the eiConsole’s JMS Adapter
The eiConsole’s JMS Adapter (Listener) will allow you to connect to the Java Messaging Service (JMS). The JMS Adapter component of the eiConsole offers the user a graphical interface with easy to configure screens. The JMS Adapter offers 4 tabs: Basic, Advanced, Credentials and Data Source.
1. JMS Adapter Basic Tab – the Polling interval determines how often you would like to poll the queue for new messages. Please consult your JMS documentation to determine the naming context factor class and provider URL for the class that you are using.
2. JMS Adapter Advanced Tab – You can choose to initialize this Listener only when triggered.
3. JMS Adapter Credentials Tab – This lets you enter the user name and password used to connect to the JMS provider.
4. JMS Adapter Data Source Tab – This allows you to specify a queue or topic that you would like to connect to. If connecting to a queue, select Point-to-Point. If connecting to a topic, select Publish/subscribe.
For Point-to-Point, you will need to provide the Queue name and the Connection factory name (both present in your JMS configuration).
For Publish/Subscribe, you will need to provide the Topic name and Connection factory name (both present in your JMS configuration).