The JMS control enables applications built in Workshop for WebLogic to easily interact with messaging systems that provide a JMS implementation, such as WebLogic Server.
A specific JMS control is associated with particular facilities of the messaging system. Once a JMS control is defined, clients may use it like any other Workshop for WebLogic control. To learn how to create, configure and register JMS queues, topics and connection factories, consult the WebLogic Server documentation on Programming WebLogic JMS.
The following changes have been made in the JMS control that was provided in WebLogic Workshop 8.1:
The JMS control in Workshop for WebLogic is the standard Beehive JMS control.