Oracle Message Broker Adminstration Guide

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1 Introduction

What is the Oracle Message Broker?
What is JMS?
Oracle Message Broker Components
Oracle Message Broker Core
Drivers and Message Servers
Administrative Components
Client Programming Interface
Oracle Message Broker Features
Administration and Monitoring Utilities
Command Line Tools
Graphical User Interface
Performance Monitoring Service
Oracle Message Broker Deployment Options
Configuration Options
Operation Modes

2 Quick Start

Working with the Administration Utilities
Overview of the Sample Administration Scripts
Using the Oracle Message Broker Instance Configuration Script
Using the Driver Configuration Scripts
Using the Propagation Configuration Script
Verifying Directory Contents
Starting and Stopping the Oracle Message Broker
The msg_broker Entry and Distinguished Names
Required Environment Variables
Stopping the Oracle Message Broker
Checking the Status of the Oracle Message Broker
Running Oracle Message Broker as an NT Service
Running the JMS Sample Programs

3 JMS Programming

Deployment Options for an Oracle Message Broker Application
Programming Roadmap (Using an LDAP Directory)
Accessing Objects in the Directory
Accessing Objects for Point-to-Point Messaging
Accessing Objects for Publish/Subscribe Messaging
Point-to-Point Messaging
Creating and Starting a Queue Connection
Getting a Queue Session
Working with Queue Destinations - QueueSender and QueueReceiver
Sending and Receiving Messages
Shutting Down
Publish/Subscribe Messaging
Creating and Starting a Topic Connection
Getting a Topic Session
Working with Topic Destinations - TopicPublisher and TopicSubscriber
Publishing and Subscribing
Subscribing to Topics
Shutting Down (Publish/Subscribe)
Message Listeners and Threads
Closing JMS Objects and Death Detection
Leaked Resources and Death Detection
Setting the Message Priority

4 Administration

What is the Oracle Internet Directory?
What is a Directory?
What is LDAP?
Directory Entries
Object Classes
Accessing LDAP with the Administrative Framework
Oracle Message Broker Directory Information Tree
Oracle Message Broker Configuration
Oracle Message Broker Configuration Roadmap
Reserved Internal Attributes
Creating an Oracle Message Broker Instance
Creating and Configuring Message Servers
Configuring the Message Broker Entry and Drivers
Creating and Configuring Connection Factories
Adding Queues
Adding Topics
Creating and Configuring Remote Directories
Creating and Configuring Remote HTTP Listeners
Creating and Configuring Propagation Jobs
Creating and Configuring Durable Subscribers
Creating and Configuring Asynchronous Component Invocation Triggers
Showing Directory Attributes and Entries
Dynamic Configuration
Create Entry Restrictions
Update Entry Restrictions
Delete Entry Restrictions
Command-line Administration Utility - AdminUtil
Object References
Entry Attributes
AdminUtil Limitations
Directory Utilities
Checking Directory Entries with AdminDirCheck
Migrating Directory Entries Between Releases

5 Oracle Message Broker Features

Working With JMS Messages
Message Properties
Using Message Selectors
Using a QueueBrowser
Using Durable Subscribers
Using the PL/SQL Operational Interface
Running in Local Mode
Using Local Mode with an LDAP Directory
Using Local Mode with Lightweight Configuration
Local Mode Limitations
Sample Local and Remote Mode Client Programs
Running in Remote Mode
Starting Oracle Message Broker in Remote Mode
Starting Oracle Message Broker Clients in Remote Mode
Remote Mode Limitations
Oracle Message Broker Version Checking

6 Oracle Message Broker Extensions

Using XML Messages
Sending and Receiving XML Messages
The XML_to_JMS Method
The JMS_to_XML Method
Collecting Runtime Metrics
Using DMS
DMS Format Options - Standard and Pretty
AQ Driver Runtime Metrics
Creating Destinations
Defining Destination Strings
Using Client-Side Callouts
Defining Callout Methods
Using Callouts in a Message Producer
Using Callouts in a Message Consumer
Using Properties to Indicate Callouts
Sample Client Side Callout Programs
Universal Connections and Universal Sessions
Receiving with a Message ID
Using AQ Rules for Message Selection
Creating AQ Rules Based Message Selectors
PL/SQL Functions Supporting AQ Rules
Obtaining the JDBC Connection in Local Mode
Sample Code Using a JDBC Connection

7 Message Servers and Drivers

Driver Configuration
Driver Features Summary
Oracle Advanced Queuing Driver
AQ Driver Connection Types
AQ Messages
OCI Mode
AQ Message Persistence
AQ User Identities
AQ Tuning and Configuration
AQ Failure Recovery
AQ Driver Restrictions
Oracle AQ Lite Driver
AQ Lite Message Persistence
AQ Lite Message Mapping
AQ Lite Driver Propagation
Oracle Volatile Driver
IBM MQSeries Driver
MQSeries Message Mapping
Connections to MQSeries Queue Managers
Transaction Support
Multiple Queue Manager Support
MQSeries Driver Configuration
MQSeries Driver Limitations
Oracle Multicast Driver
Understanding Multicast Driver Operation
Distributed Topics
Multicast Server Configuration
MultiCast Driver Limitations
TIB/Rendezvous Driver
Distributed Topics
TIB/Rendezvous Installation and Administration
TIB/Rendezvous Driver Limitations

8 Oracle Message Broker Propagation

Overview of Oracle Message Broker Propagation
Types of Propagation
Propagation with Message Selectors
Propagation Transport Protocols
IIOP Propagation
HTTP Propagation
Administration and Configuration
Sending Broker Configuration
Receiving Broker Configuration
Propagation Job Configuration
HTTP Propagation Servlet Configuration
Propagation Security
IIOP propagation Security
HTTP Propagation Security
Propagation Control
Creating and Deleting Propagation Jobs
Activating and Deactivating a Propagation Jobs
Error Handling and Recovery
Propagation Limitations

9 Oracle Message Broker C++ API

System Requirements
Major Differences between the Java and C++ APIs
Memory Management
Sample Application
General Declarations
Sending Messages (Sender Specific)
Receiving Messages (Receiver Specific)

10 Logging and Troubleshooting

Working with Log Files
Logging Directory
DMS Metric Log Files
Logging Security Exceptions
Problems and Common Solutions
MQ Series Driver Problems
Runtime Exceptions

11 Administration GUI

Starting Oracle Message Broker Manager
Connecting to a Directory Server
Navigating Oracle Message Broker Manager
Oracle Message Broker Manager Menu Bar
Oracle Message Broker Manager Toolbar
Disconnecting from a Directory Server
Performing Administration Tasks
Viewing Entries
Adding Entries
Deleting Entries
Modifying Entries
Using the Configuration Wizards to Add Entries

12 Security

Features and Assumptions
SSL Overview
Programming and Administration Control and Assumptions
Security Components
LDAP Server Security
Oracle Message Broker Security
Provider Security
Security Priority
Network Security Overview
Supported Cipher Suites
LDAP Directory Server Security Administration
Creating LDAP Users and Working with Access Control Lists
Enabling SSL and Authentication for the LDAP Directory
Configuring SSL for OiD
OiD Access Control and Authorization
Creating users and groups in OiD
Oracle Message Broker Security Administration
Oracle Message Broker SSL Options
Enabling Propagation Security
Using the Oracle Message Broker Security Service
Provider Security Administration
Client Connections to the Oracle Message Broker using Authentication

13 Lightweight Configuration

Benefits of Lightweight Configuration
Using Lightweight Configuration
Configuration Changes
Starting with Lightweight Configuration in Remote Mode
Starting with Lightweight Configuration in Local Mode
Deploying Using Lightweight Configuration
Specifying Configuration Values with Lightweight Configuration
Lightweight Configuration Properties
Subscriber Configuration Properties
Driver Properties
Destination Properties
Sample Configuration Files
Lightweight Configuration Constraints and Limitations

14 Asynchronous Component Invocation

ACI Architecture
ACI Listener
ACI Dispatcher
ACI Adapters
ACI Helper Classes
ACI Triggers
Setting the ACI Threshold Parameter
Setting the ACI Concurrency Parameter
EJB Adapter
Notification-driven Beans
Message-driven Beans
Java Helper Classes
ACI Tutorial
Configure Oracle Database
Define a Remote Interface
Define a Home Interface
Implement the EJB
Compile and Generate Jar File
Deploy the EJB
Add a Trigger Entry to Oracle Message Broker

A Oracle AQ Driver ADTs

Type ombaq_property
Type ombaq_properties
Type ombaq_header
Type ombaq_text_msg
Type ombaq_bytes_msg
Type ombaq_object_msg Fields
Type ombaq_stream_element Fields
Type ombaq_stream_elements
Type ombaq_stream_msg
Type ombaq_map_element
Type ombaq_map_elements
Type ombaq_map_msg
Type ombaq_serial_msg
PL/SQL Package Interface
PL/SQL Package Limitations
Coercion and Invalid Data
Sample Usage from PL/SQL


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