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14 Oracle JMS Publish/Subscribe

This chapter describes the components of the Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing (AQ) Java Message Service (JMS) operational interface that are specific to publish/subscribe operations. Components that are shared by point-to-point and publish/subscribe are described in Chapter 15, "Oracle JMS Shared Interfaces".

This chapter contains these topics:

14.1 Creating a Connection with Username/Password

public javax.jms.Connection createConnection(
             java.lang.String username,
             java.lang.String password)
      throws JMSException

This method creates a connection supporting both point-to-point and publish/subscribe operations with the specified username and password. This method is new and supports JMS version 1.1 specifications. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
username Name of the user connecting to the database for queuing
password Password for creating the connection to the server

14.2 Creating a Connection with Default ConnectionFactory Parameters

public javax.jms.Connection createConnection()
      throws JMSException

This method creates a connection supporting both point-to-point and publish/subscribe operations with default ConnectionFactory parameters. This method is new and supports JMS version 1.1 specifications. If the ConnectionFactory properties do not contain a default username and password, then it throws a JMSException.

14.3 Creating a TopicConnection with Username/Password

public javax.jms.TopicConnection createTopicConnection(
             java.lang.String username,
             java.lang.String password)
      throws JMSException

This method creates a TopicConnection with the specified username/password. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
username Name of the user connecting to the database for queuing
password Password for creating the connection to the server

Example 14-1 Creating a TopicConnection with Username/Password

TopicConnectionFactory tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory("sun123", "oratest", 5521, "thin");
/* Create a TopicConnection using a username/password */
TopicConnection tc_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmsuser", "jmsuser");

14.4 Creating a TopicConnection with Open JDBC Connection

public static javax.jms.TopicConnection createTopicConnection(
              java.sql.Connection jdbc_connection)
       throws JMSException

This method creates a TopicConnection with open JDBC connection. It has the following parameter:

Parameter Description
jdbc_connection Valid open connection to database

Example 14-2 Creating a TopicConnection with Open JDBC Connection

Connection db_conn;   /*previously opened JDBC connection */
TopicConnection tc_conn = 
AQjmsTopicConnectionFactory createTopicConnection(db_conn);

Example 14-3 Creating a TopicConnection with New JDBC Connection

OracleDriver ora = new OracleDriver();
TopicConnection tc_conn = 
AQjmsTopicConnectionFactory.createTopicConnection(ora.defaultConnection());

14.5 Creating a TopicConnection with an Open OracleOCIConnectionPool

public static javax.jms.TopicConnection createTopicConnection(
              oracle.jdbc.pool.OracleOCIConnectionPool cpool)
       throws JMSException

This method creates a TopicConnection with an open OracleOCIConnectionPool. It is static and has the following parameter:

Parameter Description
cpool Valid open OCI connection pool to the database

Example 14-4 Creating a TopicConnection with Open OracleOCIConnectionPool

OracleOCIConnectionPool cpool; /* previously created OracleOCIConnectionPool */
TopicConnection tc_conn = 
AQjmsTopicConnectionFactory.createTopicConnection(cpool);

14.6 Creating a Session

public javax.jms.Session createSession(boolean transacted,
                                                 int ack_mode)
                                          throws JMSException

This method creates a Session supporting both point-to-point and publish/subscribe operations. It is new and supports JMS version 1.1 specifications. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
transacted If set to true, then the session is transactional
ack_mode Indicates whether the consumer or the client will acknowledge any messages it receives. It is ignored if the session is transactional. Legal values are Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE, and Session.DUPS_OK_ACKNOWLEDGE.

14.7 Creating a TopicSession

public javax.jms.TopicSession createTopicSession(boolean transacted,
                                                 int ack_mode)
                                          throws JMSException

This method creates a TopicSession. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
transacted If set to true, then the session is transactional
ack_mode Indicates whether the consumer or the client will acknowledge any messages it receives. It is ignored if the session is transactional. Legal values are Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE, and Session.DUPS_OK_ACKNOWLEDGE.

Example 14-5 Creating a TopicSession

TopicConnection tc_conn;
TopicSession t_sess = tc_conn.createTopicSession(true,0);

14.8 Creating a TopicPublisher

public javax.jms.TopicPublisher createPublisher(javax.jms.Topic topic)
                                         throws JMSException

This method creates a TopicPublisher. It has the following parameter:

Parameter Description
topic Topic to publish to, or null if this is an unidentified producer

14.9 Publishing Messages with Minimal Specification

public void publish(javax.jms.Message message)
             throws JMSException

This method publishes a message with minimal specification. It has the following parameter:

Parameter Description
message Message to send

The TopicPublisher uses the default values for message priority (1) and timeToLive (infinite).

Example 14-6 Publishing Without Specifying Topic

/* Publish without specifying topic */
TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
TopicPublisher            publisher1;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       myport = 5521;
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          "MYHOSTNAME",
          "MYSID", 
           myport, 
          "oci8");
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
/* create TopicSession */
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
/* get shipped orders topic */
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          "OE", 
          "Shipped_Orders_Topic");
publisher1 = jms_sess.createPublisher(shipped_orders);
/* create TextMessage */
TextMessage     jms_sess.createTextMessage();
/* publish without specifying the topic */
publisher1.publish(text_message);

Example 14-7 Publishing Specifying Correlation and Delay

TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
TopicPublisher            publisher1;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       myport = 5521;
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          "MYHOSTNAME",
          "MYSID", 
           myport, 
          "oci8");
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          "OE", 
          "Shipped_Orders_Topic");
publisher1 = jms_sess.createPublisher(shipped_orders);
/* Create TextMessage */
TextMessage     jms_sess.createTextMessage();
/* Set correlation and delay */
/* Set correlation */
jms_sess.setJMSCorrelationID("FOO");
/* Set delay of 30 seconds */
jms_sess.setLongProperty("JMS_OracleDelay", 30);
/* Publish  */
publisher1.publish(text_message);

14.10 Publishing Messages Specifying Topic

public void publish(javax.jms.Topic topic, javax.jms.Message message)
             throws JMSException

This method publishes a message specifying the topic. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Topic to publish to
message Message to send

If the TopicPublisher has been created with a default topic, then the topic parameter may not be specified in the publish() call. If a topic is specified, then that value overrides the default in the TopicPublisher. If the TopicPublisher has been created without a default topic, then the topic must be specified with the publish() call.

Example 14-8 Publishing Specifying Topic

/* Publish specifying topic */
TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
TopicPublisher            publisher1;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       myport = 5521;
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          'MYHOSTNAME', 'MYSID', myport, 'oci8');
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE); 
/* create TopicPublisher */
publisher1 = jms_sess.createPublisher(null);
/* get topic object */
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          'WS', 'Shipped_Orders_Topic');
/* create text message */
TextMessage     jms_sess.createTextMessage();
/* publish specifying the topic */
publisher1.publish(shipped_orders, text_message);

14.11 Publishing Messages Specifying Delivery Mode, Priority and TimeToLive

public void publish(javax.jms.Topic topic,
                    javax.jms.Message message,
                    oracle.jms.AQjmsAgent[] recipient_list,
                    int deliveryMode,
                    int priority,
                    long timeToLive)
             throws JMSException

This method publishes a message specifying delivery mode, priority and TimeToLive. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Topic to which to publish the message (overrides the default topic of the MessageProducer)
message Message to publish
recipient_list List of recipients to which the message is published. Recipients are of type AQjmsAgent.
deliveryMode PERSISTENT or NON_PERSISTENT (only PERSISTENT is supported in this release)
priority Priority for this message
timeToLive Message lifetime in milliseconds (zero is unlimited)

Example 14-9 Publishing Specifying Priority and TimeToLive

TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
TopicPublisher            publisher1;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       myport = 5521;
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          "MYHOSTNAME", "MYSID", myport, "oci8");
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          "OE", "Shipped_Orders_Topic");
publisher1 = jms_sess.createPublisher(shipped_orders);
/* Create TextMessage */
TextMessage     jms_sess.createTextMessage();
/* Publish  message with priority 1 and time to live 200 seconds */
publisher1.publish(text_message, DeliveryMode.PERSISTENT, 1, 200000);

14.12 Publishing Messages Specifying a Recipient List

public void publish(javax.jms.Message message,
                    oracle.jms.AQjmsAgent[] recipient_list)
             throws JMSException

This method publishes a message specifying a recipient list overriding topic subscribers. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
message Message to publish
recipient_list List of recipients to which the message is published. Recipients are of type AQjmsAgent.

Example 14-10 Publishing Specifying a Recipient List Overriding Topic Subscribers

/* Publish specifying priority and timeToLive */
TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
TopicPublisher            publisher1;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       myport = 5521;
AQjmsAgent[]              recipList;
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          "MYHOSTNAME", "MYSID", myport, "oci8");
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          "OE", "Shipped_Orders_Topic");
publisher1 = jms_sess.createPublisher(shipped_orders);
/* create TextMessage */
TextMessage     jms_sess.createTextMessage();
/* create two receivers */
recipList = new AQjmsAgent[2];
recipList[0] = new AQjmsAgent(
          "ES", "ES.shipped_orders_topic", AQAgent.DEFAULT_AGENT_PROTOCOL);
recipList[1] = new AQjmsAgent(
          "WS", "WS.shipped_orders_topic", AQAgent.DEFAULT_AGENT_PROTOCOL);
/* publish  message specifying a recipient list */
publisher1.publish(text_message, recipList);

14.13 Creating a DurableSubscriber for a JMS Topic Without Selector

public javax.jms.TopicSubscriber createDurableSubscriber(
             javax.jms.Topic topic,
             java.lang.String subs_name)
      throws JMSException

This method creates a DurableSubscriber for a JMS topic without selector. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Non-temporary topic to subscribe to
subs_name Name used to identify this subscription

Exclusive Access to Topics

CreateDurableSubscriber() and Unsubscribe() both require exclusive access to their target topics. If there are pending JMS send(), publish(), or receive() operations on the same topic when these calls are applied, then exception ORA - 4020 is raised. There are two solutions to the problem:

Example 14-11 Creating a Durable Subscriber for a JMS Topic Without Selector

TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
TopicSubscriber           subscriber1;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       myport = 5521;
AQjmsAgent[]              recipList;
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          "MYHOSTNAME",
          "MYSID", 
           myport, 
          "oci8");
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          "OE", 
          "Shipped_Orders_Topic");
/* create a durable subscriber on the shipped_orders topic*/
subscriber1 = jms_sess.createDurableSubscriber(
          shipped_orders, 
         'WesternShipping');

14.14 Creating a DurableSubscriber for a JMS Topic With Selector

public javax.jms.TopicSubscriber createDurableSubscriber(
             javax.jms.Topic topic,
             java.lang.String subs_name,
             java.lang.String messageSelector,
             boolean noLocal)
      throws JMSException

This method creates a durable subscriber for a JMS topic with selector. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Non-temporary topic to subscribe to
subs_name Name used to identify this subscription
messageSelector Only messages with properties matching the messageSelector expression are delivered. A value of null or an empty string indicates that there is no messageSelector for the message consumer.
noLocal If set to true, then it inhibits the delivery of messages published by its own connection

A client can change an existing durable subscription by creating a durable TopicSubscriber with the same name and a different messageSelector. An unsubscribe call is needed to end the subscription to the topic.


See Also:

"MessageSelector"

Example 14-12 Creating a Durable Subscriber for a JMS Topic With Selector

TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
TopicSubscriber           subscriber1;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       myport = 5521;
AQjmsAgent[]              recipList;
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          "MYHOSTNAME", "MYSID", myport, "oci8");
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          "OE", "Shipped_Orders_Topic");
/* create a subscriber */
/* with condition on JMSPriority and user property 'Region' */
subscriber1 = jms_sess.createDurableSubscriber(
          shipped_orders, 'WesternShipping', 
         "JMSPriority > 2 and Region like 'Western%'", false);

14.15 Creating a DurableSubscriber for an Oracle Object Type Topic Without Selector

public javax.jms.TopicSubscriber createDurableSubscriber(
             javax.jms.Topic topic,
             java.lang.String subs_name,
             java.lang.Object payload_factory)
      throws JMSException

This method creates a durable subscriber for an Oracle object type topic without selector. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Non-temporary topic to subscribe to
subs_name Name used to identify this subscription
payload_factory CustomDatumFactory or ORADataFactory for the Java class that maps to the Oracle ADT


Note:

CustomDatum support will be deprecated in a future release. Use ORADataFactory payload factories instead.

Example 14-13 Creating a Durable Subscriber for an Oracle Object Type Topic Without Selector

/* Subscribe to an ADT queue */
TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              t_sess    = null;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
TopicSubscriber           subscriber1;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       my[port = 5521;
AQjmsAgent[]              recipList;
/* the java mapping of the oracle object type created by J Publisher */
ADTMessage                message; 
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          "MYHOSTNAME", "MYSID", myport, "oci8");
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          "OE", "Shipped_Orders_Topic");
/* create a subscriber, specifying the correct CustomDatumFactory */
subscriber1 = jms_sess.createDurableSubscriber(
          shipped_orders, 'WesternShipping', AQjmsAgent.getFactory());

14.16 Creating a DurableSubscriber for an Oracle Object Type Topic With Selector

public javax.jms.TopicSubscriber createDurableSubscriber(
             javax.jms.Topic topic,
             java.lang.String subs_name,
             java.lang.String messageSelector,
             boolean noLocal,
             java.lang.Object payload_factory)
      throws JMSException

This method creates a durable subscriber for an Oracle object type topic with selector. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Non-temporary topic to subscribe to
subs_name Name used to identify this subscription
messageSelector Only messages with properties matching the messageSelector expression are delivered. A value of null or an empty string indicates that there is no messageSelector for the message consumer.
noLocal If set to true, then it inhibits the delivery of messages published by its own connection
payload_factory CustomDatumFactory or ORADataFactory for the Java class that maps to the Oracle ADT


Note:

CustomDatum support will be deprecated in a future release. Use ORADataFactory payload factories instead.

Example 14-14 Creating a Durable Subscriber for an Oracle Object Type Topic With Selector

TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
TopicSubscriber           subscriber1;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       myport = 5521;
AQjmsAgent[]              recipList;
/* the java mapping of the oracle object type created by J Publisher */
ADTMessage                message; 
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          "MYHOSTNAME", "MYSID", myport, "oci8");
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          "OE", "Shipped_Orders_Topic");
/* create a subscriber, specifying correct CustomDatumFactory and selector */
subscriber1 = jms_sess.createDurableSubscriber(
          shipped_orders, "WesternShipping", 
         "priority > 1 and tab.user_data.region like 'WESTERN %'", false, 
          ADTMessage.getFactory());

14.17 Specifying Transformations for Topic Subscribers

A transformation can be supplied when sending/publishing a message to a queue/topic. The transformation is applied before putting the message into the queue/topic.

The application can specify a transformation using the setTransformation interface in the AQjmsQueueSender and AQjmsTopicPublisher interfaces.

Example 14-15 Sending Messages to a Destination Using a Transformation

Suppose that the orders that are processed by the order entry application should be published to WS_bookedorders_topic. The transformation OE2WS (defined in the previous section) is supplied so that the messages are inserted into the topic in the correct format.

public void ship_bookedorders(
   TopicSession jms_session, 
        AQjmsADTMessage adt_message)                            
{
    TopicPublisher  publisher;
    Topic           topic;

    try
    {
      /* get a handle to the WS_bookedorders_topic */
              topic = ((AQjmsSession)jms_session).getTopic("WS", "WS_bookedorders_topic");
      publisher = jms_session.createPublisher(topic);

      /* set the transformation in the publisher */
      ((AQjmsTopicPublisher)publisher).setTransformation("OE2WS");
      publisher.publish(topic, adt_message);
            }
            catch (JMSException ex)
            {
               System.out.println("Exception :" ex);
    }
}

A transformation can also be specified when creating topic subscribers using the CreateDurableSubscriber() call. The transformation is applied to the retrieved message before returning it to the subscriber. If the subscriber specified in the CreateDurableSubscriber() call already exists, then its transformation is set to the specified transformation.

Example 14-16 Specifying Transformations for Topic Subscribers

The Western Shipping application subscribes to the OE_bookedorders_topic with the transformation OE2WS. This transformation is applied to the messages and the returned message is of Oracle object type WS.WS_orders.

Suppose that the WSOrder java class has been generated by Jpublisher to map to the Oracle object WS.WS_order:

public AQjmsAdtMessage retrieve_bookedorders(TopicSession jms_session)
{
    TopicSubscriber     subscriber;
    Topic               topic;
    AQjmsAdtMessage     msg = null;

    try
    {
      /* get a handle to the OE_bookedorders_topic */
      topic = ((AQjmsSession)jms_session).getTopic("OE", "OE_bookedorders_topic");

      /* create a subscriber with the transformation OE2WS */
      subs = ((AQjmsSession)jms_session).createDurableSubscriber(
         topic, 'WShip', null, false, WSOrder.getFactory(), "OE2WS");
      msg = subscriber.receive(10);
    }
    catch (JMSException ex)
    {
        System.out.println("Exception :" ex);
    }
    return (AQjmsAdtMessage)msg;
}

14.18 Creating a Remote Subscriber for JMS Messages

public void createRemoteSubscriber(javax.jms.Topic topic,
                                   oracle.jms.AQjmsAgent remote_subscriber,
                                   java.lang.String messageSelector)
                            throws JMSException

This method creates a remote subscriber for topics of JMS messages. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Topic to subscribe to
remote_subscriber AQjmsAgent that refers to the remote subscriber
messageSelector Only messages with properties matching the messageSelector expression are delivered. A value of null or an empty string indicates that there is no messageSelector for the message consumer.


See Also:

"MessageSelector"

Oracle Streams AQ allows topics to have remote subscribers, for example, subscribers at other topics in the same or different database. In order to use remote subscribers, you must set up propagation between the local and remote topic.

Remote subscribers can be a specific consumer at the remote topic or all subscribers at the remote topic. A remote subscriber is defined using the AQjmsAgent structure. An AQjmsAgent consists of a name and address. The name refers to the consumer_name at the remote topic. The address refers to the remote topic. Its syntax is schema.topic_name[@dblink].

To publish messages to a particular consumer at the remote topic, the subscription_name of the recipient at the remote topic must be specified in the name field of AQjmsAgent, and the remote topic must be specified in the address field. To publish messages to all subscribers of the remote topic, the name field of AQjmsAgent must be set to null.

Example 14-17 Creating a Remote Subscriber for Topics of JMS Messages

TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              t_sess    = null;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
TopicSubscriber           subscriber1;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       my[port = 5521;
AQjmsAgent                remoteAgent;
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          "MYHOSTNAME", "MYSID", myport, "oci8");
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          "OE", "Shipped_Orders_Topic");
remoteAgent = new AQjmsAgent("WesternRegion", "WS.shipped_orders_topic", null);
/* create a remote subscriber (selector is null )*/
subscriber1 = ((AQjmsSession)jms_sess).createRemoteSubscriber(
          shipped_orders, remoteAgent, null);

14.19 Creating a Remote Subscriber for Oracle Object Type Messages

public void createRemoteSubscriber(javax.jms.Topic topic,
                                   oracle.jms.AQjmsAgent remote_subscriber,
                                   java.lang.String messageSelector,
                                   java.lang.Object payload_factory)
                            throws JMSException

This method creates a remote subscriber for topics of Oracle object type messages. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Topic to subscribe to
remote_subscriber AQjmsAgent that refers to the remote subscriber
messageSelector Only messages with properties matching the messageSelector expression are delivered. A value of null or an empty string indicates that there is no messageSelector for the message consumer.
payload_factory CustomDatumFactory or ORADataFactory for the Java class that maps to the Oracle ADT


Note:

CustomDatum support will be deprecated in a future release. Use ORADataFactory payload factories instead.


See Also:

"MessageSelector"

Oracle Streams AQ allows topics to have remote subscribers, for example, subscribers at other topics in the same or different database. In order to use remote subscribers, you must set up propagation between the local and remote topic.

Remote subscribers can be a specific consumer at the remote topic or all subscribers at the remote topic. A remote subscriber is defined using the AQjmsAgent structure. An AQjmsAgent consists of a name and address. The name refers to the consumer_name at the remote topic. The address refers to the remote topic. Its syntax is schema.topic_name[@dblink].

To publish messages to a particular consumer at the remote topic, the subscription_name of the recipient at the remote topic must be specified in the name field of AQjmsAgent, and the remote topic must be specified in the address field. To publish messages to all subscribers of the remote topic, the name field of AQjmsAgent must be set to null.

Example 14-18 Creating a Remote Subscriber for Topics of Oracle Object Type Messages

TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              t_sess    = null;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
TopicSubscriber           subscriber1;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       my[port = 5521;
AQjmsAgent                remoteAgent;
ADTMessage                message;
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          "MYHOSTNAME", "MYSID", myport, "oci8");
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
/* create TopicSession */
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
/* get the Shipped order topic */
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          "OE", "Shipped_Orders_Topic");
/* create a remote agent */
remoteAgent = new AQjmsAgent("WesternRegion", "WS.shipped_orders_topic", null);
/* create a remote subscriber  with null selector*/
subscriber1 = ((AQjmsSession)jms_sess).createRemoteSubscriber(
          shipped_orders, remoteAgent, null, message.getFactory);

Note:

AQ does not support the use of multiple dblink to the same destination. As a workaround, use a single database link for each destination.

14.20 Specifying Transformations for Remote Subscribers

Oracle Streams AQ allows a remote subscriber, that is a subscriber at another database, to subscribe to a topic.

Transformations can be specified when creating remote subscribers using the createRemoteSubscriber() call. This enables propagation of messages between topics of different formats. When a message published at a topic meets the criterion of a remote subscriber, Oracle Streams AQ automatically propagates the message to the queue/topic at the remote database specified for the remote subscriber. If a transformation is also specified, then Oracle Streams AQ applies the transformation to the message before propagating it to the queue/topic at the remote database.

Example 14-19 Specifying Transformations for Remote Subscribers

A remote subscriber is created at the OE.OE_bookedorders_topic so that messages are automatically propagated to the WS.WS_bookedorders_topic. The transformation OE2WS is specified when creating the remote subscriber so that the messages reaching the WS_bookedorders_topic have the correct format.

Suppose that the WSOrder java class has been generated by Jpublisher to map to the Oracle object WS.WS_order

public void create_remote_sub(TopicSession jms_session)
{
   AQjmsAgent          subscriber;
   Topic               topic;

   try
   {
     /* get a handle to the OE_bookedorders_topic */
     topic = ((AQjmsSession)jms_session).getTopic("OE", "OE_bookedorders_topic");
     subscriber = new AQjmsAgent("WShip", "WS.WS_bookedorders_topic");

     ((AQjmsSession )jms_session).createRemoteSubscriber(
        topic, subscriber, null, WSOrder.getFactory(),"OE2WS");
   }
   catch (JMSException ex)
   {
     System.out.println("Exception :" ex);
   }
}

14.21 Unsubscribing a Durable Subscription for a Local Subscriber

public void unsubscribe(javax.jms.Topic topic,
                        java.lang.String subs_name)
                 throws JMSException

This method unsubscribes a durable subscription for a local subscriber. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Non-temporary topic to unsubscribe
subs_name Name used to identify this subscription

Example 14-20 Unsubscribing a Durable Subscription for a Local Subscriber

TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
TopicSubscriber           subscriber1;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       myport = 5521;
AQjmsAgent[]              recipList;
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          "MYHOSTNAME", "MYSID", myport, "oci8");
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          "OE", "Shipped_Orders_Topic");
/* unsusbcribe "WesternShipping" from shipped_orders */
jms_sess.unsubscribe(shipped_orders, "WesternShipping");

14.22 Unsubscribing a Durable Subscription for a Remote Subscriber

public void unsubscribe(javax.jms.Topic topic,
                        oracle.jms.AQjmsAgent remote_subscriber)
                 throws JMSException

This method unsubscribes a durable subscription for a remote subscriber. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Non-temporary topic to unsubscribe
remote_subscriber AQjmsAgent that refers to the remote subscriber. The address field of the AQjmsAgent cannot be null.

Example 14-21 Unsubscribing a Durable Subscription for a Remote Subscriber

TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              t_sess    = null;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       myport = 5521;
AQjmsAgent                remoteAgent;
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          "MYHOSTNAME", "MYSID", myport, "oci8");
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          "OE", "Shipped_Orders_Topic");
remoteAgent = new AQjmsAgent("WS", "WS.Shipped_Orders_Topic", null);
/* unsubscribe the remote agent from shipped_orders */
((AQjmsSession)jms_sess).unsubscribe(shipped_orders, remoteAgent);

14.23 Creating a TopicReceiver for a Topic of Standard JMS Type Messages

public oracle.jms.AQjmsTopicReceiver createTopicReceiver(
              javax.jms.Topic topic,
              java.lang.String receiver_name,
              java.lang.String messageSelector)
       throws JMSException

This method creates a TopicReceiver for a topic of standard JMS type messages. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Topic to access
receiver_name Name of message receiver
messageSelector Only messages with properties matching the messageSelector expression are delivered. A value of null or an empty string indicates that there is no messageSelector for the message consumer.


See Also:

"MessageSelector"

Oracle Streams AQ allows messages to be sent to specified recipients. These receivers may or may not be subscribers of the topic. If the receiver is not a subscriber to the topic, then it receives only those messages that are explicitly addressed to it. This method must be used order to create a TopicReceiver object for consumers that are not durable subscribers.

Example 14-22 Creating a TopicReceiver for Standard JMS Type Messages

TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              t_sess    = ull;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       myport = 5521;
TopicReceiver             receiver;
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          "MYHOSTNAME", "MYSID", myport, "oci8");
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          "WS", "Shipped_Orders_Topic");
receiver = ((AQjmsSession)jms_sess).createTopicReceiver(
          shipped_orders, "WesternRegion", null); 

14.24 Creating a TopicReceiver for a Topic of Oracle Object Type Messages

public oracle.jms.AQjmsTopicReceiver createTopicReceiver(
              javax.jms.Topic topic,
              java.lang.String receiver_name,
              java.lang.String messageSelector,
              java.lang.Object payload_factory)
       throws JMSException

This method creates a TopicReceiver for a topic of Oracle object type messages with selector. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Topic to access
receiver_name Name of message receiver
messageSelector Only messages with properties matching the messageSelector expression are delivered. A value of null or an empty string indicates that there is no messageSelector for the message consumer.
payload_factory CustomDatumFactory or ORADataFactory for the Java class that maps to the Oracle ADT


Note:

CustomDatum support will be deprecated in a future release. Use ORADataFactory payload factories instead.


See Also:

"MessageSelector"

Oracle Streams AQ allows messages to be sent to all subscribers of a topic or to specified recipients. These receivers may or may not be subscribers of the topic. If the receiver is not a subscriber to the topic, then it receives only those messages that are explicitly addressed to it. This method must be used order to create a TopicReceiver object for consumers that are not durable subscribers.

Example 14-23 Creating a TopicReceiver for Oracle Object Type Messages

TopicConnectionFactory    tc_fact   = null;
TopicConnection           t_conn    = null;
TopicSession              t_sess    = null;
TopicSession              jms_sess;
Topic                     shipped_orders;
int                       myport = 5521;
TopicReceiver             receiver;
/* create connection and session */
tc_fact = AQjmsFactory.getTopicConnectionFactory(
          "MYHOSTNAME", "MYSID", myport, "oci8");
t_conn = tc_fact.createTopicConnection("jmstopic", "jmstopic");
jms_sess = t_conn.createTopicSession(true, Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
shipped_orders = ((AQjmsSession )jms_sess).getTopic(
          "WS", "Shipped_Orders_Topic");
receiver = ((AQjmsSession)jms_sess).createTopicReceiver(
          shipped_orders, "WesternRegion", null);

14.25 Creating a TopicBrowser for Standard JMS Messages

public oracle.jms.TopicBrowser createBrowser(javax.jms.Topic topic,
                                             java.lang.String cons_name,
                                             java.lang.String messageSelector)
                                      throws JMSException

This method creates a TopicBrowser for topics with TextMessage, StreamMessage, ObjectMessage, BytesMessage, or MapMessage message bodies. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Topic to access
cons_name Name of the durable subscriber or consumer
messageSelector Only messages with properties matching the messageSelector expression are delivered. A value of null or an empty string indicates that there is no messageSelector for the message consumer.
payload_factory CustomDatumFactory or ORADataFactory for the Java class that maps to the Oracle ADT


See Also:

"MessageSelector"

Example 14-24 Creating a TopicBrowser Without a Selector

/* Create a browser without a selector */
TopicSession    jms_session;
TopicBrowser    browser;
Topic           topic;
browser = ((AQjmsSession) jms_session).createBrowser(topic, "SUBS1");

Example 14-25 Creating a TopicBrowser With a Specified Selector

/* Create a browser for topics with a specified selector */
TopicSession    jms_session;
TopicBrowser    browser;
Topic           topic;
/* create a Browser to look at messages with correlationID = RUSH  */
browser = ((AQjmsSession) jms_session).createBrowser(
          topic, "SUBS1", "JMSCorrelationID = 'RUSH'");

14.26 Creating a TopicBrowser for Standard JMS Messages, Locking Messages

public oracle.jms.TopicBrowser createBrowser(javax.jms.Topic topic,
                                             java.lang.String cons_name,
                                             java.lang.String messageSelector,
                                             boolean locked)
                                      throws JMSException

This method creates a TopicBrowser for topics with text, stream, objects, bytes or map messages, locking messages while browsing. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Topic to access
cons_name Name of the durable subscriber or consumer
messageSelector Only messages with properties matching the messageSelector expression are delivered. A value of null or an empty string indicates that there is no messageSelector for the message consumer.
locked If set to true, then messages are locked as they are browsed (similar to a SELECT for UPDATE)

Example 14-26 Creating a TopicBrowser Without a Selector, Locking Messages While Browsing

/* Create a browser without a selector */
TopicSession    jms_session;
TopicBrowser    browser;
Topic           topic;
browser = ((AQjmsSession) jms_session).createBrowser(
          topic, "SUBS1", true);

Example 14-27 Creating a TopicBrowser With a Specified Selector, Locking Messages

/* Create a browser for topics with a specified selector */
TopicSession    jms_session;
TopicBrowser    browser;
Topic           topic;
/* create a Browser to look at messages with correlationID = RUSH in
lock mode */
browser = ((AQjmsSession) jms_session).createBrowser(
          topic, "SUBS1", "JMSCorrelationID = 'RUSH'", true);

14.27 Creating a TopicBrowser for Oracle Object Type Messages

public oracle.jms.TopicBrowser createBrowser(javax.jms.Topic topic,
                                             java.lang.String cons_name,
                                             java.lang.String messageSelector,
                                             java.lang.Object payload_factory)
                                      throws JMSException

This method creates a TopicBrowser for topics of Oracle object type messages. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Topic to access
cons_name Name of the durable subscriber or consumer
messageSelector Only messages with properties matching the messageSelector expression are delivered. A value of null or an empty string indicates that there is no messageSelector for the message consumer.
payload_factory CustomDatumFactory or ORADataFactory for the Java class that maps to the Oracle ADT


Note:

CustomDatum support will be deprecated in a future release. Use ORADataFactory payload factories instead.


See Also:

"MessageSelector"

The CustomDatumFactory for a particular Java class that maps to the SQL object type payload can be obtained using the getFactory static method. Assume the topic test_topic has payload of type SCOTT.EMPLOYEE and the Java class that is generated by Jpublisher for this Oracle object type is called Employee. The Employee class implements the CustomDatum interface. The CustomDatumFactory for this class can be obtained by using the Employee.getFactory() method.

Example 14-28 Creating a TopicBrowser for AdtMessage Messages

/* Create a browser for a Topic with AdtMessage messages of type EMPLOYEE*/
TopicSession jms_session
TopicBrowser browser;
Topic        test_topic;
browser = ((AQjmsSession) jms_session).createBrowser(
          test_topic, "SUBS1", Employee.getFactory());

14.28 Creating a TopicBrowser for Oracle Object Type Messages, Locking Messages

public oracle.jms.TopicBrowser createBrowser(javax.jms.Topic topic,
                                             java.lang.String cons_name,
                                             java.lang.String messageSelector,
                                             java.lang.Object payload_factory,
                                             boolean locked)
                                      throws JMSException

This method creates a TopicBrowser for topics of Oracle object type messages, locking messages while browsing. It has the following parameters:

Parameter Description
topic Topic to access
cons_name Name of the durable subscriber or consumer
messageSelector Only messages with properties matching the messageSelector expression are delivered. A value of null or an empty string indicates that there is no messageSelector for the message consumer.
payload_factory CustomDatumFactory or ORADataFactory for the Java class that maps to the Oracle ADT
locked If set to true, then messages are locked as they are browsed (similar to a SELECT for UPDATE)


Note:

CustomDatum support will be deprecated in a future release. Use ORADataFactory payload factories instead.


See Also:

"MessageSelector"

Example 14-29 Creating a TopicBrowser for AdtMessage Messages, Locking Messages

/* Create a browser for a Topic with AdtMessage messages of type EMPLOYEE* in
lock mode/
TopicSession jms_session
TopicBrowser browser;
Topic        test_topic;
browser = ((AQjmsSession) jms_session).createBrowser(
          test_topic, "SUBS1", Employee.getFactory(), true);

14.29 Browsing Messages Using a TopicBrowser

public void purgeSeen()
               throws JMSException

This method browses messages using a TopicBrowser. Use methods in java.util.Enumeration to go through the list of messages. Use the method purgeSeen in TopicBrowser to purge messages that have been seen during the current browse.

Example 14-30 Creating a TopicBrowser with a Specified Selector

/* Create a browser for topics with a specified selector */
public void browse_rush_orders(TopicSession jms_session)
TopicBrowser    browser;
Topic           topic;
ObjectMessage   obj_message
BolOrder        new_order;
Enumeration     messages;
/* get a handle to the new_orders topic */
topic = ((AQjmsSession) jms_session).getTopic("OE", "OE_bookedorders_topic");
/* create a Browser to look at RUSH orders */
browser = ((AQjmsSession) jms_session).createBrowser(
          topic, "SUBS1", "JMSCorrelationID = 'RUSH'");
/* Browse through the messages */
for (messages = browser.elements() ; message.hasMoreElements() ;)
{obj_message = (ObjectMessage)message.nextElement();}
/* Purge messages seen during this browse */
browser.purgeSeen()