The JMS sample contains a server definition which includes the features for running only JMS client application without creating a messaging engine(wasJmsClient-1.1). This JMS application connects remotely to a messaging engine running in a different Liberty Profile. This sample also contains MDB feature (jmsMdb-3.1). It also contains a very simple JMS application, JMSSample.war, which contains couple of servlet for performing Point to Point and Publish/Subscribe messaging.The JMS Servlet provides means to send/receive messages to a queue and also publish and subscribe messages from a Topic. For each of the function, servlet logs the appropriate logs into the console.log
Note that to run this sample, you will need to start the JMSSampleServer.
This sample can be installed onto runtime versions 188.8.131.52 and later.
Online installation (requires 184.108.40.206 or later):
installUtility install JMSSampleClient
Any missing features required by the server will be installed for you.
JMSSampleClient.jarusing the download button at the top of the page and place it in the root of your server installation.
java -jar JMSSampleClient.jar
Any missing features required by the server will need to be installed separately.
To run the JMSApp application:
bindirectory in the Liberty profile installation:
server run JMSSampleClient
CWWKZ0001I: Application JMSApp started in XX.XX seconds.
For Point to Point (P2P) - http://localhost:9128/JMSApp/JMSSampleP2P?ACTION=SendMessage
For Publish Subscribe (Pub/Sub) - http://localhost:9128/JMSApp/JMSSamplePubSub?ACTION=NonDurableSubscriber(where 9128 is the HTTP endpoint on which the JMSSample servlet is running).
If you want to know the list of supported actions for P2P enter http://localhost:9128/JMSApp/JMSSampleP2P?ACTION=ListActions for PubSub enter http://localhost:9128/JMSApp/JMSSamplePubSub?ACTION=ListActions.
JMSApp.war file contains the source and binaries for the application, and can be used to import it to Eclipse.