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A

access
object types, 4.2.1.3
access control
destination level in JMS, 11.1.4
queue-level, 1.2
system level, 1.2
in JMS, 11.1.3
adding subscribers, 8.5.1
administration
Messaging Gateway, 17.3.1
administrative interfaces to Oracle Database AQ
comparison, 3.7.1
AdtMessage
about, 11.2.3.6
creating, 15.1.13
agent user
creating Messaging Gateway agent, 18.2.6
agents
AQjms agent
creating, 15.5
Messaging Gateway
about, 17.3.2
configuring agent, 19.1
monitoring, 21.2
running agent on Oracle RAC, 19.2.4
shutting down agent, 19.2.2
starting agent, 19.2.1
alias
adding to LDAP server, 8.8
deleting from LDAP server, 8.9
parameters
alias, 8.8
obj_location, 8.8
ALL_QUEUE_SUBSCRIBERS, 9.17
ALL_QUEUE_TABLES
Queue Tables Queue Accessible to the Current User, 9.3
ALL_QUEUES, 9.6
altering
AQ agents, 8.7.2
propagations, 8.6.3
queue tables, 8.1.2
queues, 8.2.2
subscribers, 8.5.2
transformations, 8.3.2
ANYDATA datatype
apply process, configuring, 23.4
dequeuing
examples, 22.4, 23.7
explicit, configuring, 23.5
using JMS, 22.1.2.4
using OCI, 22.1.2.4
using PL/SQL, 22.1.2.3
enqueuing
examples, 22.3, 23.6
procedures, creating, 23.3
using JMS, 22.1.2.2
using OCI, 22.1.2.2
using PL/SQL, 22.1.2.1
message propagation, 22.2
propagation examples, 22.5, 22.6
queue table, 8.1.1
queues
about, 22.1
creating, 23.2
wrapper for messages, 22.1.1
ANYDATA.ConvertObject, 22.1.2.1
application development
about, 1.3
client/server communication, 1.3.1
Internet operations, 1.3
publish/subscribe, 1.3.4
third-party messaging, 1.3
workflows, 1.3.3
apply process
configuring, 23.4
query for applied messages, 23.7
AQ agents
adding to LDAP server, 10.10
altering, 8.7.2
creating, 8.7.1
dropping, 8.7.3
parameters
agent_name, 8.7.1
certificate_location, 8.7.1
enable_anyp, 8.7.1
enable_http, 8.7.1
removing from LDAP server, 10.11
AQ background architecture, Preface, 2.16.3
AQ Message Properties Type, 2.11
AQ servlet
deploying, 6.2
responses using HTTP, 6.1.5
AQ system privilege
granting, 8.4.1
in JMS, 12.9.1
revoking, 8.4.2
in JMS, 12.9.2
AQ$_AGENT, 2.3
AQ$_AGENT_LIST_T, 2.5
AQ$_POST_INFO_LIST, 2.8, 2.8
AQ$_QUEUE_TABLE_NAME_D, 8.1.1
AQ$_QUEUE_TABLE_NAME_E, 8.1.1
AQ$_QUEUE_TABLE_NAME_H, 8.1.1
AQ$_QUEUE_TABLE_NAME_I, 8.1.1
AQ$_QUEUE_TABLE_NAME_P, 8.1.1
AQ$_QUEUE_TABLE_NAME_S, 8.1.1
AQ$_QUEUE_TABLE_NAME_T, 8.1.1
AQ$_RECIPIENT_LIST_T, 2.4
AQ$_REG_INFO_LIST, 2.7
AQ$_SUBSCRIBER_LIST_T, 2.6
AQ$INTERNET_USERS, 9.24
AQ$QUEUE_TABLE_NAME, 9.10
AQ$QUEUE_TABLE_NAME_R, 9.12
AQ$QUEUE_TABLE_NAME_S, 9.11
AQ_ADMINISTRATOR_ROLE
and LDAP, 11.1.1.3
and registerConnectionFactory, 12.2.2
definition, 4.2.1.1
needed for JMS, 3.5
security, 4.2.1
AQ_MsgProperties, 19.7.5
AQ_TM_PROCESSES, 2.16.1
AQ_TM_PROCESSES parameter, 2.16.1
AQ_USER_ROLE
definition, 4.2.1.2
needed for JMS, 3.5
security, 4.2.1
AQjms agent
creating, 15.5
AQXmlPublish method, 6.4.1
AQXmlReceive method, 6.4.2
AQXmlSend method, 6.4.1
architecture
application development, 1.3
Internet operations, 1.10, 6.1.1
Messaging Gateway, 17.3
arrays
dequeuing
about, 1.7
buffered messages, 10.6
demonstration, 1.12
syntax, 10.6
enqueuing
about, 1.6
demonstration, 1.12
syntax, 10.3
asynchronous notifications
about, 1.5
buffered messages, 1.5
designated port, 1.5
purge following, 1.5
RAW payload delivery, 1.5
reliability, 1.5
timeout, 1.5
asynchronous receive in JMS, 11.6.6

B

batch dequeuing, 10.6
batch enqueuing, 10.3
BFILE objects
propagating, 4.7.2
Boolean message property (JMS)
getting, 15.10.1
setting, 15.2.1
broadcasting
definition, 1.3.4
buffered messages
about, 1.4
dequeuing, 1.4
options, 1.4
enqueuing, 1.4
exception handling, 1.4
flow control, 1.4
listen_delivery_mode, 10.4
MSG_STATE parameter, 9.10
notification, 1.5
ordering, 1.4
propagation, 1.4
queue-to-queue propagation, 1.4
restrictions, 1.4
tuning, 5.5
types supported, 1.4
views, 1.4
visibility, 1.4
with Messaging Gateway, 17.5
with Oracle JMS, 11.2.5
with Oracle Real Application Clusters, 1.4
buffered queues, 8.1.1
byte message property (JMS)
getting, 15.10.6
setting, 15.2.6
BytesMessage
about, 11.2.3.2
creating, 15.1.7
example, 16.2

C

catxlcr.sql, 22.1.2.2
CLASSPATH
Messaging Gateway, 18.6.2
closing
JMS Connection, 15.11.5
JMS Session, 15.11.4
message consumer, 15.11.2
MessageProducer, 15.11.1
commit
all operations in JMS Session, 15.1.3
transaction, 6.4.4
commit-time ordering
about, 1.6, 1.6
example, 8.1.1
requirements, 8.1.1
compatibility
about, 4.1
and Oracle Real Application Clusters, 1.2
migrating queue tables, 8.1.5
nonpersistent queues, A.3
security, 4.2.2
concurrent processes
tuning for Oracle Database AQ, 5.3.4
Connection (JMS)
creating
with default ConnectionFactory parameters, 13.2, 14.2
with user name/password, 13.1, 14.1
getting JDBC connection from JMS Session, 15.1.5
ConnectionFactory
getting
in LDAP, 12.4.5
objects, 11.1.1.1
registering
through database using JDBC connection parameters, 12.2.1
through database using JDBC URL, 12.2.2
through LDAP using JDBC connection parameters, 12.2.3
through LDAP using JDBC URL, 12.2.4
unregistering
in LDAP through LDAP, 12.3.2
in LDAP through the database, 12.3.1
through database, 12.3.1
through LDAP, 12.3.2
using JNDI to look up, 11.1.1.3
conversion
JMS messages, about, 20.4
message headers, 20.1.3
non-JMS messages, about, 20.1.1
TIB/Rendezvous messages, 20.3
WebSphere MQ messages, 20.2
correlation identifier
about, 1.6, 1.7
and transaction grouping, 1.7
and Virtual Private Database, 4.6.8
as dequeue condition, 10.5
as message property, 10.2
as MessageSelector, 11.3
dequeuing by specifying, 1.7
getting in JMS, 15.9.1
setting in JMS, 15.1.14
with queue table indexes, 5.3.6
creating
AQ agents, 8.7.1
AQjms agent, 15.5
DurableSubscriber, 14.13, 14.14, 14.15, 14.16
JMS AdtMessage, 15.1.13
JMS BytesMessage, 15.1.7
JMS Connection, 13.1, 13.2, 14.1, 14.2
JMS MapMessage, 15.1.8
JMS Message, 15.1.12
JMS ObjectMessage, 15.1.10
JMS Session, 13.7, 14.6
JMS StreamMessage, 15.1.9
JMS TextMessage, 15.1.11
Messaging Gateway administration user, 18.2.5
Messaging Gateway agent user, 18.2.6
Messaging Gateway propagation subscriber, 19.5.2
nonpersistent queues, A.1
point-to-point queue in JMS, 12.8.1
propagations, 8.6.1
publish/subscribe Topic in JMS, 12.8.2
queue tables, 8.1.1
in JMS, 12.6
QueueBrowser, 13.12, 13.13, 13.14
QueueConnection, 13.3, 13.4, 13.5, 13.6
QueueReceiver, 13.16, 13.17
queues, 8.2.1
in JMS, 12.8
QueueSender, 13.9
QueueSession, 13.8
subscribers, 8.5.1
TIB/Rendezvous link, 19.3.4
TopicConnection, 14.3, 14.4, 14.5
TopicPublisher, 14.8
TopicSession, 14.7
transformations, 8.3.1
WebSphere MQ base Java link, 19.3.1
WebSphere MQ JMS link, 19.3.2

D

data pump, 4.3.3
data type
LONG VARCHAR, Preface
database
disabling access, 8.7.5
enabling access, 8.7.4
database connection
configuring Messaging Gateway connection information, 18.2.7
Messaging Gateway, 19.1.3
DBA_ATTRIBUTE_TRANSFORMATIONS, 9.19
DBA_HIST_QUEUEMETRIC
Queue Metric History, 9.40
DBA_HIST_STREAMSMETRIC
Streams Metric History, 9.39
DBA_QUEUE_SCHEDULES, 9.7, 9.7
DBA_QUEUE_SUBSCRIBERS, 9.15
DBA_QUEUE_TABLES
All Queue Tables in Database, 9.1
DBA_QUEUES, 9.4
DBA_SUBSCR_REGISTRATIONS
All Subscription Registrations, 9.22
DBA_TRANSFORMATIONS, 9.18
DBMS_AQ procedures
BIND_AGENT, 10.10
DEQUEUE, 10.5
DEQUEUE_ARRAY, 10.6
ENQUEUE, 10.2
ENQUEUE_ARRAY, 10.3
LISTEN, 10.4
POST, 10.9
REGISTER, 10.7
UNBIND_AGENT, 10.11
UNREGISTER, 10.8
DBMS_AQADM procedures
ADD_ALIAS_TO_LDAP, 8.8
ADD_SUBSCRIBER, 8.5.1
ALTER_AQ_AGENT, 8.7.2
ALTER_PROPAGATION_SCHEDULE, 8.6.3
ALTER_QUEUE, 8.2.2
ALTER_QUEUE_TABLE, 8.1.2
ALTER_SUBSCRIBER, 8.5.2
CREATE_AQ_AGENT, 8.7.1
CREATE_NP_QUEUE, A.1
CREATE_QUEUE, 8.2.1
CREATE_QUEUE_TABLE, 8.1.1
CREATE_TRANSFORMATION, 8.3.1
DEL_ALIAS_FROM_LDAP, 8.9
DISABLE_DB_ACCESS, 8.7.5
DISABLE_PROPAGATION_SCHEDULE, 8.6.5
DROP_AQ_AGENT, 8.7.3
DROP_QUEUE, 8.2.5
DROP_QUEUE_TABLE, 8.1.3
DROP_TRANSFORMATION, 8.3.3
ENABLE_DB_ACCESS, 8.7.4
ENABLE_JMS_TYPES, 22.1.2.2
ENABLE_PROPAGATION_SCHEDULE, 8.6.4
GRANT_QUEUE_PRIVILEGE, 8.4.3
GRANT_SYSTEM_PRIVILEGE, 8.4.1
MIGRATE_QUEUE_TABLE, 8.1.5
MODIFY_TRANSFORMATION, 8.3.2
PURGE_QUEUE_TABLE, 8.1.4
REMOVE_SUBSCRIBER, 8.5.3
REVOKE_QUEUE_PRIVILEGE, 8.4.4
REVOKE_SYSTEM_PRIVILEGE, 8.4.2
SCHEDULE_PROPAGATION, 8.6.1
START_QUEUE, 8.2.3
STOP_QUEUE, 8.2.4
UNSCHEDULE_PROPAGATION, 8.6.6
VERIFY_QUEUE_TYPES, 1.8, 8.6.2
DBMS_AQ.BUFFERED, 10.4
DBMS_AQIN, 12.1
DBMS_AQ.PERSISTENT, 10.4
DBMS_AQ.PERSISTENT_OR_BUFFERED, 10.4
DBMS_MGWADM package
about, 17.3.1
ADD_SUBSCRIBER, 19.5.2, 19.7.5
ALTER_AGENT, 19.1.4
ALTER_MSGSYSTEM_LINK, 19.3.5, 19.7.3
ALTER_SUBSCRIBER, 19.7.5
CREATE_MSGSYSTEM_LINK, 19.3.1, 19.3.2, 19.3.4, 19.7.3
DB_CONNECT_INFO, 18.2.7, 19.1.3
DISABLE_PROPAGATION_SCHEDULE, 19.5.3
DOMAIN_QUEUE, 19.4.1
DOMAIN_TOPIC, 19.4.1
ENABLE_PROPAGATION_SCHEDULE, 19.5.3
JMS_CONNECTION, 19.3.2
JMS_QUEUE_CONNECTION, 19.3.2
JMS_TOPIC_CONNECTION, 19.3.2
MQSERIES_BASE_JAVA_INTERFACE, 19.3.1
REGISTER_FOREIGN_QUEUE, 19.4.1, 19.7.4
REMOVE_MSGSYSTEM_LINK, 19.3.6
RESET_SUBSCRIBER, 19.5.4
SHUTDOWN, 19.2.2
STARTUP, 19.2.1
UNREGISTER_FOREIGN_QUEUE, 19.4.2
DBMS_MGWMSG.LCR_TO_XML, 20.1.5
DBMS_RULE_ADM.GRANT_SYSTEM_PRIVILEGE, 23.2
DBMS_STREAMS_ADM.SET_UP_QUEUE, 22.1.2.2, 23.2
DBMS_TRANSFORM.CREATE_TRANSFORMATION, 22.5
delays
during dequeuing, 1.7
specifying in JMS, 11.5.2
demonstrations
about, 1.12
Oracle Database AQ, 1.12
Oracle Database AQ JMS, 1.12
Oracle Database AQ XML, 1.12
dequeue condition
and Virtual Private Database, 4.6.8
with queue table indexes, 5.3.6
dequeuing
ANYDATA queues
examples, 22.4, 23.7, 23.8
using JMS, 22.1.2.4
using OCI, 22.1.2.4
using PL/SQL, 22.1.2.3
buffered messages, 1.4
by multiple consumers, 1.3.2
concurrent processes, 1.7
demonstration, 1.12
features, 1.7
IDAP client request, 6.4.2
IDAP server response to request, 6.4.7
message arrays, 1.7, 10.6
message states, 1.7
messages, 10.5
methods, 1.7
modes
about, 1.7
navigation of messages, 1.7
options, 10.5
buffered messages, 1.4
parameters
array_size, 10.6
dequeue_options, 10.5, 10.6
retries with delays, 1.7
transaction protection, 1.7
waiting for messages, 1.7
destination (JMS)
altering, 12.10.3
dropping, 12.10.4
starting, 12.10.1
stopping, 12.10.2
disabling
database access, 8.7.5
propagations, 8.6.5
double message property (JMS)
getting, 15.10.4
setting, 15.2.4
dropping
AQ agents, 8.7.3
propagations, 8.6.6
queue tables, 8.1.3
queues, 8.2.5
transformations, 8.3.3
DurableSubscriber
about, 11.4.2
creating
for JMS Topic, 14.13, 14.14
for Oracle object type Topic, 14.15, 14.16
unsubscribing
for a local subscriber, 14.21
for a remote subscriber, 14.22

E

e-mail notification, 6.5
demonstration, 1.12
enabling
database access, 8.7.4
propagations, 8.6.4
enqueuing
ANYDATA queues
examples, 22.3, 23.6, 23.8
procedures, creating, 23.3
using JMS, 22.1.2.2
using OCI, 22.1.2.2
using PL/SQL, 22.1.2.1
buffered messages, 1.4
client request for, 6.4.1
correlation identifier, 1.6
demonstration, 1.12
features, 1.6
IDAP client request, 6.4.1
IDAP server response to request, 6.4.6
message array, 1.6, 10.3
message expiration, 1.6
message grouping, 1.6
message properties, 10.2
messages, 10.2
options, 10.2
parameters
array_size, 10.3
enqueue_options, 10.2
message_properties, 10.2
message_properties_array, 10.3
payload, 10.2
payload_array, 10.3
priority and ordering of messages, 1.6
sender identification, 1.6
enumerated constants
about, 2.14
delay, 2.15
delivery_mode, 2.15, 2.15, 2.15, 2.15
dequeue mode, 2.15
expiration, 2.15
message_grouping, 2.14
namespace, 2.15, 2.15
navigation, 2.15
operational interface, 2.15
queue_type, 2.14
retention, 2.14
state, 2.15
visibility, 2.15
wait, 2.15
environment variables
CLASSPATH, 18.6.2
Messaging Gateway, 18.6.2
MGW_PRE_PATH, 18.6.2
ORACLE_SID, 18.6.2
error conditions
Messaging Gateway, 21.2.3
error handling
error messages, 7.2
IDAP, 6.4.12
propagations, 1.8
error messages, 7.2
Messaging Gateway, 21.2.2
Messaging Gateway agent, 21.4
errors (JMS)
getting codes, 15.12.1
getting number, 15.12.2
event journals, 1.10
exception (JMS)
exception linked to a JMS exception, getting, 15.12.3
exception listener
getting, 15.12.6
setting, 15.12.5
printing stack trace, 15.12.4
exception handling
buffered messages, 1.4
exception queues, 1.7, 11.6.7
Messaging Gateway, 21.1.2
propagations in JMS, 11.7.4
exception queues
about, 1.7
in JMS, 11.6.7
expiration
setting during enqueuing, 1.6
specifying in JMS, 11.5.3
exporting
queue tables
about, 4.3.1
data pump, 4.3.3
modes, 4.3.1
multiple recipients, 4.3.1

F

float message property (JMS)
getting, 15.10.5
setting, 15.2.5
flow control
about, 1.4

G

getting (JMS)
ConnectionFactory, 12.4
correlation identifier, 15.9.1
error codes, 15.12.1
error numbers, 15.12.2
exceptions, 15.12.3
JDBC connection, 15.1.5
JMS Connection, 15.1.2
message identifier, 15.9.2
OracleOCIConnectionPool, 15.1.6
Queue in LDAP, 12.5
queue table, 12.7
QueueConnectionFactory, 12.4
in LDAP, 12.4.5
with JDBC connection parameters, 12.4.2
with JDBC URL, 12.4.1
Topic in LDAP, 12.5
TopicConnectionFactory, 12.4
with JDBC connection parameters, 12.4.4
with JDBC URL, 12.4.3
GLOBAL_AQ_USER_ROLE
and registerConnectionFactory, 11.1.1.3, 12.2.3
granting
AQ system privilege, 8.4.1
in JMS, 12.9.1
queue privilege, 8.4.3
in JMS, 12.9.5
Topic privilege in JMS, 12.9.3
grouping
messages, 1.6
GV$AQ, 11.1.7

H

HTTP
AQ operations over, 6.1.1
AQ servlet responses, 6.1.5
client requests, 6.1.4
headers, 6.3.2.1
propagation, 6.1.6, 6.1.6
propagation using, 1.8
response, 6.3.2.3

I

IDAP
client request
commit transaction, 6.4.4
dequeue, 6.4.2
enqueue, 6.4.1
registration, 6.4.3
roll back transaction, 6.4.5
error handling, 6.4.12
message, 6.4, 6.4
notification, 6.4.11
request and response documents, 6.4
server response
commit transaction, 6.4.9
dequeue request, 6.4.7
enqueue request, 6.4.6
register request, 6.4.8
roll back transaction, 6.4.10
importing
queue tables
about, 4.3.2
data pump, 4.3.3
IGNORE parameter, 4.3.2
multiple recipients, 4.3.2
inboxes, 1.8
indexes
tuning for Oracle Database AQ, 5.3.6
initialization parameters
Messaging Gateway, 18.6.1
INIT.ORA parameter, 2.16
integer message property (JMS)
getting, 15.10.3
setting, 15.2.3
interfaces to Oracle Database AQ
about, 1.11
administrative, 3.7.1
AQ XML servlet, 3.6
comparison, 3.1, 3.7
JMS, 3.5
OCCI, 3.4
OCI, 3.3
OCI security, 4.2.4
operational, 3.7.2
PL/SQL, 3.2
Internet Data Access Presentation
about, 6.3
Internet operations
and application development, 1.3
AQ servlet responses, 6.1.5
architecture, 1.10, 6.1.1
client requests, 6.1.4
deploying AQ servlet, 6.2
IDAP client request
commit transaction, 6.4.4
dequeue, 6.4.2
enqueue, 6.4.1
registration, 6.4.3
roll back transaction, 6.4.5
IDAP errors, 6.4.12
IDAP notification, 6.4.11
IDAP request and response documents, 6.4
IDAP server response
commit transaction, 6.4.9
dequeue request, 6.4.7
enqueue request, 6.4.6
register request, 6.4.8
roll back transaction, 6.4.10
Internet Data Access Presentation, 6.3
JMS types, 6.1.2
notification by e-mail, 6.5
object type queues, 6.1.2
payloads, 6.1.2
propagation, 6.1.6
RAW queues, 6.1.2
SOAP
body, 6.3.1.3
envelope, 6.3.1.1
message structure, 6.3.1
method invocation, 6.3.2
user authentication, 6.1.3
I/O
configuring for Oracle Database AQ, 5.3.3

J

Java EE compliance, 11.11
Java properties
Messaging Gateway, 18.6.3
oracle.mgw.batch_size, 18.6.3
oracle.mgw.polling_interval, 18.6.3
oracle.mgw.tibrv.advMsgCallback, 18.6.3, 18.6.3
oracle.mgw.tibrv.encoding, 18.6.3
oracle.mgw.tibrv.intraProcAdvSubjects, 18.6.3
JDBC connection
getting from JMS Session, 15.1.5
registering ConnectionFactory using JDBC parameters through the database, 12.2.1
using to register ConnectionFactory through LDAP, 12.2.3
JDBC OCI driver
needed for JMS, 3.5
JDBC thin driver
needed for JMS, 3.5
JDBC URL
registering ConnectionFactory using JDBC URL through LDAP, 12.2.4
registering through the database, 12.2.2, 12.2.2
JMS
about, 11.1
and Oracle Real Application Clusters, 11.1.6
ANYDATA messages
dequeuing, 23.8
enqueuing, 23.8
asynchronous receive, 11.6.6
buffered messages, 11.2.5
Connection, 11.1.1
exception queues, 11.6.7
JDBC OCI driver needed, 3.5
JDBC thin driver needed, 3.5
message bodies, 11.2.3
message consumer features, 11.6
message headers, 11.2.1
message properties, 11.2.2
message types, 11.2
MessageProducer features, 11.5
point-to-point features, 11.3
propagation schedules, 12.11
publish/subscribe features, 11.4
queue tables
creating, 12.6
getting, 12.7
queues. creating, 12.8
recipient lists, 11.4.5
Session, 11.1.1
statistics views support, 11.1.7
structured payloads, 11.2
troubleshooting, 15.12
JMS Connection
about, 11.1.1.4
closing, 15.11.5
getting, 15.1.2
getting OracleOCIConnectionPool from, 15.1.6
starting, 15.1.1
stopping, 15.11.3
JMS correlation identifier
setting, 15.1.14
JMS Destination
about, 11.1.2
managing, 12.10
methods, 11.1.2.3
using JMS Session to obtain, 11.1.2.1
using JNDI to look up, 11.1.2.2
JMS examples
BytesMessage, 16.2
MapMessage, 16.4
setting up, 16.1
StreamMessage, 16.3
TextMessage, 16.5
JMS message property
Boolean, 15.2.1, 15.10.1
byte, 15.2.6, 15.10.6
double, 15.2.4, 15.10.4
float, 15.2.5, 15.10.5
integer, 15.2.3, 15.10.3
long, 15.2.7, 15.10.7
object, 15.2.9, 15.10.9
short, 15.2.8, 15.10.8
string, 15.2.2, 15.10.2
JMS messages
browsing, 11.6.3
with a TopicBrowser, 14.29
correlation identifier, 15.9.1
creating
AdtMessage, 15.1.13
BytesMessage, 15.1.7
JMS Message, 15.1.12
MapMessage, 15.1.8
ObjectMessage, 15.1.10
StreamMessage, 15.1.9
TextMessage, 15.1.11
delay, specifying, 11.5.2
expiration, specifying, 11.5.3
grouping, 11.5.4
message consumer, closing, 15.11.2
message identifier, 15.9.2
message listener
specifying at JMS Session, 15.8.2
specifying at message consumer, 15.8.1
message property
getting, 15.10
setting, 15.2
MessageProducer, closing, 15.11.1
navigating in receive, 11.6.2
navigation mode for receiving, specifying, 15.7
Priority
setting default, 15.4
priority and ordering, 11.5.1
propagation with Messaging Gateway
inbound, 20.4.2
outbound, 20.4.1
publishing
specifying a recipient list, 14.12
specifying delivery mode, priority, and time to live, 14.11
specifying Topic, 14.10
with minimal specification, 14.9
QueueBrowser for, creating, 13.12, 13.13, 13.14
QueueReceiver for, creating, 13.16, 13.17
receiving
about, 11.6.1
asynchronously, 15.8.1, 15.8.2
from a destination using a transformation, 15.6.3
synchronously, 15.6.1, 15.6.2, 15.6.3
with a message consumer, 15.6.1, 15.6.2
remote subscribers for, creating, 14.18
remove no data, 11.6.4
retry with delay, 11.6.5
sending using a QueueSender, 13.10, 13.11
TimeToLive
setting default, 15.3
TopicBrowser for, creating, 14.25, 14.26
TopicReceiver for, creating, 14.23, 14.24
transformation with JMS AQ, 11.8
JMS propagations
about, 11.7
altering, 12.11.3
disabling, 12.11.4
enabling, 12.11.2
exception handling, 11.7.4
RemoteSubscriber, 11.7.1
scheduling, 11.7.2, 12.11.1
unscheduling, 12.11.5
JMS publish/subscribe
setting up, 11.4.8
JMS Session
about, 11.1.1.5
closing, 15.11.4
committing all operations, 15.1.3
creating, 13.7, 14.6
getting JDBC connection from, 15.1.5
rolling back all operations, 15.1.4
specifying message listener, 15.8.2
using to obtain Destination object, 11.1.2.1
JMS Sharded Queue, Preface
JMS type queues/topics, 6.1.2
JMS types
ANYDATA queues, 22.1.2.2
Internet operations, 6.1.2
JMS_DeliveryMode, 19.7.5
JMS_NoLocal, 19.7.5
JNDI
using to look up ConnectionFactory objects, 11.1.1.3
using to look up Destination object, 11.1.2.2
JOB_QUEUE_PROCESSES, 4.7.3

L

LDAP
and AQ_ADMINISTRATOR_ROLE, 11.1.1.3
queue/topic connection factory, 12.4.5
registering ConnectionFactory, 12.2.4
unregistering ConnectionFactory, 12.3.1
LDAP server
adding alias, 8.8
adding AQ agents, 10.10
deleting alias, 8.9
removing AQ agents, 10.11
links
altering, 19.3.5
configuring Messaging Gateway links, 19.3
MGW_LINKS view, 19.3.7
MGW_MQSERIES_LINK view, 19.3.7
MGW_TIBRV_LINKS view, 19.3.7
removing, 19.3.6
TIB/Rendezvous, creating, 19.3.4
WebSphere MQ base Java, creating, 19.3.1
WebSphere MQ JMS, creating, 19.3.2
listener.ora
modifying for Messaging Gateway, 18.2.2, 18.2.3
modifying for TIB/Rendezvous, 18.3.1
modifying for WebSphere MQ, 18.3.2
listening
about, 1.7
application development, 1.3.4
demonstration, 1.12
parameters
agent_list, 10.4
listen_delivery_mode, 10.4
wait, 10.4
syntax, 10.4
LOBs
propagation, 1.8
log file
Messaging Gateway, 21.1
log_directory, 18.6.1
log_level, 18.6.1
logical change records
Messaging Gateway, 20.1.5
long message property (JMS)
getting, 15.10.7
setting, 15.2.7
LONG VARCHAR data type, Preface

M

managing
nonpersistent queues, A.2
propagations, 4.7, 8.6
queue tables, 8.1
queues, 8.2
subscribers, 8.5
transformations, 8.3
MapMessage
about, 11.2.3.3
creating, 15.1.8
example, 16.4
message headers
conversion with Messaging Gateway, 20.1.3
WebSphere MQ mappings, 20.2.1
message identifier
about, 1.7
and transaction grouping, 1.7
getting in JMS, 15.9.2
message properties
TIB/Rendezvous, 20.3.1
using with message types in JMS, 11.2.4
message types in JMS
about, 11.2
AdtMessage, 11.2.3.6
BytesMessage, 11.2.3.2
MapMessage, 11.2.3.3
ObjectMessage, 11.2.3.5
StreamMessage, 11.2.3.1
TextMessage, 11.2.3.4
MessageListener, 11.6.6
MessageProducer
closing, 15.11.1
features, 11.5, 11.8
setting default Priority, 15.4
setting default TimeToLive, 15.3
messages
array dequeuing, 1.7, 10.6
array enqueuing, 1.6, 10.3
bodies in JMS, 11.2.3
browsing in JMS, 11.6.3, 14.29
correlation identifier
about, 1.7
correlation identifiers, 1.6
in JMS, 15.9.1
creating in JMS, 15.1.7, 15.1.8, 15.1.9, 15.1.10, 15.1.11, 15.1.12, 15.1.13
creating remote subscribers in JMS, 14.19
delay, specifying in JMS, 11.5.2
dequeuing
features, 1.7
methods, 1.7
modes, 1.7
syntax, 10.5
using JMS, 23.8
with concurrent processes, 1.7
enqueuing
features, 1.6
options, 10.2
syntax, 10.2
using JMS, 23.8
exception queues, 1.7
expiration
about, 1.6
specifying in JMS, 11.5.3
format transformations, 1.9
grouping, 1.6
in JMS, 11.5.4
header conversion with Messaging Gateway, 20.1.3
headers in JMS, 11.2.1
history and retention in JMS, 11.1.5
identifier
about, 1.7
JMS message conversion, 20.4
JMS message property
getting, 15.10
JMS message property, setting, 15.2
message consumer in JMS, closing, 15.11.2
message identifier in JMS, 15.9.2
MessageProducer in JMS, closing, 15.11.1
navigating in JMS, 11.6.2
navigation during dequeuing, 1.7
navigation in receive, 11.6.2
navigation mode, specifying in JMS, 15.7
non-JMS message conversion, 20.1.1
nonrepudiation, 1.10
object type support, 1.2
ordering
buffered messages, 1.4
ordering during propagation, 1.8
payload restrictions, 4.6.4
persistence
for security, 1.2
metadata analysis, 1.2
scheduling, 1.2
priority and ordering, 1.6
in JMS, 11.5.1
priority during propagation, 1.8
Priority, setting in JMS, 15.4
propagation
ANYDATA, 22.2
errors, 1.8
features, 1.8
inboxes and outboxes, 1.8
LOBs, 1.8
remote consumers, 1.8
scheduling, 1.8
statistics, 1.8
using HTTP, 1.8
with Oracle RAC, 1.8
properties, 10.2
in JMS, 11.2.2
publishing in JMS, 14.9, 14.10, 14.11, 14.12
QueueBrowser for, creating, 13.12, 13.13, 13.14
QueueReceiver for, creating, 13.16, 13.17
receiving in JMS, 11.6.1
receiving synchronously in JMS, 15.6.1, 15.6.2, 15.6.3
recipients
about, 1.3.2
remote subscirbers, creating in JMS, 14.18
remove no data in JMS, 11.6.4
retention and history, 1.10
retries during dequeuing, 1.7
retry with delay in JMS, 11.6.5
sender identification, 1.6
sending in JMS, 13.10, 13.11
states during dequeuing, 1.7
third-party propagation support, 1.8
TIB/Rendezvous conversion, 20.3
TimeToLive, setting in JMS, 15.3
TopicBrowser for, creating, 14.25, 14.26, 14.27, 14.28
TopicReceiver for, creating, 14.23, 14.24
tracking, 1.10
transaction protection, 1.7
transformations, 1.9
in JMS, 11.8
using types with properties in JMS, 11.2.4
waiting during dequeuing, 1.7
WebSphere MQ conversion, 20.2
XML transformations, 1.9
MessageSelector
about, 11.3
Messaging Gateway
about, 17.1
administration, 17.3.1
administration user
creating, 18.2.5
agent
about, 17.3.2
configuring, 19.1
error messages, 21.4
shutting down, 19.2.2
starting, 19.2.1
agent user
creating, 18.2.6
and JMS, 17.2
and non-Oracle messaging systems, 17.3.4
architecture, 17.3
buffered messages, 17.5
canonical types, 20.1.2
database connection, 19.1.3
database connection information, configuring, 18.2.7
environment variables, 18.6.2
error conditions, 21.2.3
error messages, 21.2.2
exception handling, 21.1.2
features, 17.2
in an Oracle RAC environment, 18.2.8
initialization file, 18.2.4
about, 18.6
initialization parameters, 18.6.1
integration with Oracle Database, 17.3.3
Java properties, 18.6.3
links
altering, 19.3.5
loading, 18.2
log file, 21.1
logical change records, 20.1.5
message conversion (JMS), 20.4
message conversion (non-JMS), 20.1.1
messaging system links
configuring, 19.3
modifying listener.ora, 18.2.2, 18.2.3
monitoring agent status, 21.2
non-Oracle messaging
configuration properties, 19.7
optional link configuration properties, 19.7.3
non-Oracle messaging queues
configuring, 19.4
non-Oracle queue
unregistering, 19.4.2
optional foreign queue configuration properties, 19.7.4
optional subscriber configuration properties, 19.7.5
propagation, 17.4
propagation disabling, 19.5.3
propagation enabling, 19.5.3
propagation resetting, 19.5.4
propagation schedule
removing, 19.5.6
propagation subscriber
creating, 19.5.2
removing, 19.5.6
propagation subscribers, 19.5.1
propagations, 19.5
monitoring, 21.3
registering non-Oracle queue, 19.4.1
removing a link, 19.3.6
resource limits, 19.1.4
running agent on Oracle RAC, 19.2.4
setting up for TIB/Rendezvous, 18.3.1
setting up for WebSphere MQ, 18.3.2
setting up third-party messaging, 18.3
setup
procedure, 18.2
verifying, 18.4
unloading, 18.5
view for non-Oracle queues, 19.4.3
views, 21.2.1
views for links, 19.3.7
Messaging Gateway user
and MGW_AGENT_ROLE, 18.2.6
MGW_ADMINISTRATOR_ROLE
and Messaging Gateway administration user, 18.2.5
creating, 18.2.1
MGW_AGENT_OPTIONS
Supplemental Options and Properties, 9.53
MGW_AGENT_ROLE, 19.1.3
and Messaging Gateway user, 18.2.6
creating, 18.2.1
MGW_BASIC_MSG_T, 20.1.2
MGW_FOREIGN_QUEUES, 19.4.3
Foreign Queues, 9.57
MGW_GATEWAY, 19.2.2, 21.2.1
Configuration and Status Information, 9.52
MGW_JOBS
Messaging Gateway Propagation Jobs, 9.58
MGW_LINKS, 19.3.7
Names and Types of Messaging System Links, 9.54
MGW_MQSERIES_LINK, 19.3.7
MGW_MQSERIES_LINKS
WebSphere MQ Messaging System Links, 9.55
MGW_PRE_PATH, 18.6.2
MGW_SCHEDULES
Information about Schedules, 9.60
MGW_SUBSCRIBERS
Information for Subscribers, 9.59
MGW_TIBRV_LINKS, 19.3.7
TIB/Rendezvous Messaging System Links, 9.56
MGW_TIBRV_MSG_T, 20.1.2
mgw.ora
about, 18.6
comment lines, 18.6.4
environment variables, 18.6.2
Java properties, 18.6.3
modifying for TIB/Rendezvous, 18.3.1
modifying for WebSphere MQ, 18.3.2
parameters, 18.6.1
setting up, 18.2.4
migrating
queue tables, 8.1.5
modifying
listener.ora for Messaging Gateway, 18.2.2, 18.2.3
transformations, 8.3.2
monitoring
Messaging Gateway, 21.1
propagations, 21.3
Messaging Gateway agent status, 21.2
MQ_BrokerControlQueue, 19.7.3
MQ_BrokerPubQueue, 19.7.3
MQ_BrokerQueueManager, 19.7.3
MQ_BrokerVersion, 19.7.3
MQ_ccsid, 19.7.3, 19.7.3
MQ_CharacterSet, 19.7.4
MQ_JmsDurSubQueue, 19.7.3, 19.7.4
MQ_JmsTargetClient, 19.7.4
MQ_openOptions, 19.7.4
MQ_PubAckInterval, 19.7.3
MQ_ReceiveExit, 19.7.3
MQ_ReceiveExitInit, 19.7.3
MQ_SecurityExit, 19.7.3
MQ_SecurityExitInit, 19.7.3
MQ_SendExit, 19.7.3
MQ_SendExitInit, 19.7.3, 19.7.3, 19.7.3, 19.7.3, 19.7.3, 19.7.3
MsgBatchSize, 19.7.5
multicasting
definition, 1.3.4
multiconsumer dequeuing, 1.3.2

N

names
queue tables
length, 8.1.1
mixed case, 8.1.1
queues
length, 8.2.1
mixed case, 8.2.1
navigation
during dequeuing, 1.7
modes
FIRST_MESSAGE, 1.7
NEXT_MESSAGE, 1.7
NEXT_TRANSACTION, 1.7
specifying mode in JMS, 15.7
nonpersistent queues
compatibility, A.3
creating, A.1
managing, A.2
notifications, A.4
restrictions, A.5
nonrepudiation
about, 1.10
notifications
about, 1.5
buffered messages, 1.5
designated port, 1.5
e-mail, 6.5
IDAP, 6.4.11
nonpersistent queues, A.4
parameters
post_count, 10.9
post_list, 10.9
reg_count, 10.7
reg_list, 10.7
posting, 10.9
purge following, 1.5
RAW payload delivery, 1.5
registering, 10.7
reliability, 1.5
timeout, 1.5
unregistering, 10.8

O

object message property (JMS)
getting, 15.10.9
setting, 15.2.9
object types
access, 4.2.1.3
support for, 1.2
synonyms, 4.6.6
object_name, 2.1
ObjectMessage
about, 11.2.3.5
creating, 15.1.10
OCCI
interface to Oracle Database AQ, 3.4
Oracle type translator, 3.3
OCI
interface to Oracle Database AQ, 3.3
Oracle type translator, 3.3
operational interfaces to Oracle Database AQ, 3.7.2
options
dequeuing, 10.5
enqueuing, 10.2
Oracle AQ Views, 9
Oracle Enterprise Manager
and Oracle Database AQ, 1.10
support for, 4.4, 4.4
Oracle Internet Directory
and Oracle Database AQ, 1.10
Oracle Database AQ integration, 1.2
Oracle JMS
about, 11.1
Java EE compliance, 11.11
Oracle Messaging Gateway Views, 9
Oracle object (ADT) type queues
Internet operations, 6.1.2
Oracle RAC
buffered messages, 1.4
configuring Messaging Gateway, 18.2.8
performance with Oracle Database AQ, 5.2.1
queue service name, 1.4
running Messaging Gateway agent, 19.2.4
Oracle Real Application Clusters
and JMS, 11.1.6
message propagation, 1.8
support for, 1.2
Oracle type translator, 3.3
ORACLE_SID
Messaging Gateway, 18.6.2
oracle.mgw.batch_size, 18.6.3
oracle.mgw.polling_interval, 18.6.3
oracle.mgw.tibrv.advMsgCallback, 18.6.3, 18.6.3
oracle.mgw.tibrv.encoding, 18.6.3
oracle.mgw.tibrv.intraProcAdvSubjects, 18.6.3
OracleOCIConnectionPool
getting from JMS Connection, 15.1.6
ordering
commit-time, 1.6
during propagation, 1.8
messages in JMS, 11.5.1
specifying during enqueuing, 1.6
outboxes, 1.8

P

parameters
admin_option, 8.4.1
agent_list, 10.4
agent_name, 8.7.1, 8.7.4
alias, 8.8
AQ_TM_PROCESSES, 2.16.1
array_size, 10.3, 10.6
attempts, 10.2
attribute_number, 8.3.2
certificate, 10.10, 10.10
certificate_location, 8.7.1
comment, 8.1.1, 8.2.1
compatibility, 4.1
compatible, 8.1.1
consumer_name, 10.5
correlation, 10.2, 10.5
db_username, 8.7.4
delay, 10.2
delivery_mode, 8.5.1, 10.2, 10.2, 10.5
deq_condition, 10.5
dequeue, 8.2.3, 8.2.4
dequeue_mode, 10.5
dequeue_options, 10.5, 10.6
dest_queue_name, 8.6.2
destination, 8.6.1, 8.6.2
destination_queue, 8.6.1
duration, 8.6.1
enable_anyp, 8.7.1
enable_http, 8.7.1
enqueue, 8.2.3, 8.2.4
enqueue_options, 10.2
enqueue_time, 10.2
exception_queue, 10.2
expiration, 10.2
from_schema, 8.3.1
from_type, 8.3.1
grant_option, 8.4.3
grantee, 8.4.1
latency, 8.6.1
listen_delivery_mode, 10.4, 10.4, 10.4
log_directory, 18.6.1
log_level, 18.6.1
max_retries, 8.2.1
message_grouping, 8.1.1
message_properties, 10.2
message_properties_array, 10.3, 10.3
MSG_STATE, 9.10
msgid, 10.5
multiple_consumers, 8.1.1
name, 10.9
namespace, 10.9
navigation, 10.5
next_time, 8.6.1
obj_location, 8.8
original_msgid, 10.2
OWNER_INSTANCE, 1.4
payload, 10.2, 10.9
payload_array, 10.3
post_count, 10.9
post_list, 10.9
primary_instance, 8.1.1
priority, 10.2
purge_condition, 8.1.4
purge_options, 8.1.4
queue_name, 8.2.1
queue_payload_type, 8.1.1
queue_table, 8.1.1, 8.2.1
queue_to_queue, 8.5.1
queue_type, 8.2.1
recipient_list, 10.2
reg_count, 10.7, 10.7
reg_list, 10.7, 10.7
relative_msgid, 10.2
REMOTE_LISTENER, 1.4
retention_time, 8.2.1
retry_delay, 8.2.1
rule, 8.5.1
secondary_instance, 8.1.1
secure, 8.1.1
sender_id, 10.2
sequence_deviation, 10.2
sort_list, 8.1.1
src_queue_name, 8.6.2
start_time, 8.6.1
state, 10.2
storage_clause, 8.1.1
streams_pool_size, 1.4
to_schema, 8.3.1
to_type, 8.3.1
transaction_group, 10.2
transformation, 8.3.1, 8.5.1, 10.5
user_property, 10.2
visibility, 10.2, 10.5
wait, 10.4, 10.5
payloads
ANYDATA wrappers for, 22.1.1
Internet operations, 6.1.2
restrictions, 4.6.4
structured, 1.2
transformations with Messaging Gateway, 20.1.4
XMLType, 1.2
performance
about, 1.2
buffered messages, 5.5
concurrent processes, 5.3.4
configuring I/O, 5.3.3
Oracle Database AQ and Oracle RAC, 5.2.1
persistent messaging, 5.2
propagation tuning, 5.4
queue table indexes, 5.3.6
serial processes, 5.3.5
shared servers, 5.2.2
storage parameters, 5.3.2
persistent messaging
compared to buffered, 1.4
performance, 5.2
tuning, 5.3
point-to-point messages
about, 11.3
port
designated for notification, 1.5
posting for notification, 10.9
PreserveMessageID, 19.7.5
priority
during propagation, 1.8
specifying during enqueuing, 1.6
Priority (JMS)
about, 11.5.1
setting for all messages from a MessageProducer, 15.4
privileges
AQ system privilege
granting, 8.4.1
granting in JMS, 12.9.1
revoking, 8.4.2
revoking in JMS, 12.9.2
DBMS_AQIN, 12.1
parameters
admin_option, 8.4.1
grant_option, 8.4.3
grantee, 8.4.1
queue privilege
granting, 8.4.3
granting in JMS, 12.9.5
revoking, 8.4.4
revoking in JMS, 12.9.6
required for propagation, 4.7.1
security, 4.2.3
SELECT_ANY_DICTIONARY, 23.2
Topic privileges
granting in JMS, 12.9.3
revoking in JMS, 12.9.4
programmatic interfaces
about, 1.11
ANYDATA queues, 22.1.2
AQ XML servlet, 3.6
comparison, 3.1, 3.7
JMS, 3.5
OCCI, 3.4
OCI, 3.3
OCI security, 4.2.4
PL/SQL, 3.2
propagations
about, 1.8
in JMS, 11.7
altering, 8.6.3
in JMS, 12.11.3
ANYDATA queues
about, 22.2
examples, 22.5, 22.6
BFILE objects, 4.7.2
buffered messages, 1.4
creating, 8.6.1
debugging, 7.1
disabling, 8.6.5
in JMS, 12.11.4
with Messaging Gateway, 19.5.3
dropping, 8.6.6
enabling, 8.6.4
in JMS, 12.11.2
with Messaging Gateway, 19.5.3
error handling, 1.8
in JMS, 11.7.4
features, 1.8
inboxes and outboxes, 1.8
JMS messages with Messaging Gateway
inbound, 20.4.2
outbound, 20.4.1
managing, 4.7, 8.6
messages with LOBs, 1.8
Messaging Gateway
configuring for, 19.5
monitoring, 21.3
resetting with, 19.5.4
subscribers, about, 19.5.1
subscribers, creating, 19.5.2
subscribers, removing, 19.5.6
optimizing, 4.7.3
parameters
destination, 8.6.1
destination_queue, 8.6.1
duration, 8.6.1
latency, 8.6.1
next_time, 8.6.1
start_time, 8.6.1
priority and ordering of messages, 1.8
privileges required, 4.7.1
queue-to-dblink
about, 1.8
scheduling, 1.8
with Oracle RAC, 1.8
queue-to-queue
about, 1.8
buffered messages, 1.4
scheduling, 1.8
with Oracle RAC, 1.8
remote consumers
about, 1.8
schedules
about, 1.8
altering, 1.8
creating syntax, 8.6.1
in JMS, 11.7.2, 12.11
removing with Messaging Gateway, 19.5.6
scheduling
in JMS, 12.11.1
security, 4.2.5
statistics, 1.8
third-party support, 1.8
TIB/Rendezvous, 20.3.2, 20.3.3
tuning, 5.4
unscheduling, 8.6.6
in JMS, 12.11.5
using HTTP, 1.8, 6.1.6
using HTTP and HTTPS, 6.1.6
WebSphere MQ, 20.2.2, 20.2.3
with Messaging Gateway, 17.4
with Oracle RAC, 1.8
publishing JMS messages
specifying a recipient list, 14.12
specifying delivery mode, priority, and time to live, 14.11
specifying Topic, 14.10
with minimal specification, 14.9
publish/subscribe, 11.4
about, 1.3.4
setting up, 1.3.4, 11.4.8
purge
following notification, 1.5
purging
queue tables, 8.1.4

Q

Queue (JMS)
getting in LDAP, 12.5
queue monitor coordinator, 1.10
Queue Monitor Coordinator, 2.16.1
queue privilege
granting, 8.4.3
in JMS, 12.9.5
revoking, 8.4.4
in JMS, 12.9.6
queue tables
altering, 8.1.2
creating, 8.1.1
in JMS, 12.6
data pump, 4.3.3
dropping, 8.1.3
export
modes, 4.3.1
exporting
about, 4.3, 4.3.1
getting in JMS, 12.7
importing
about, 4.3, 4.3.2
IGNORE parameter, 4.3.2
multiple recipients, 4.3.2
managing, 8.1
migrating, 8.1.5
multiple recipients
exporting, 4.3.1
names
length, 8.1.1
mixed case, 4.1, 8.1.1
parameters
comment, 8.1.1
compatible, 8.1.1
message_grouping, 8.1.1
multiple_consumers, 8.1.1
primary_instance, 8.1.1
queue_payload type, 8.1.1
queue_table, 8.1.1
secondary_instance, 8.1.1
secure, 8.1.1
sort_list, 8.1.1
storage_clause, 8.1.1
payload types, 8.1.1
purging, 8.1.4
restrictions, 4.6.5
security, 8.1.1
sort key, 8.1.1
storage clause, 8.1.1
tuning indexes for performance, 5.3.6
QUEUE_PRIVILEGES, 9.9
QueueBrowser
about, 11.3
creating for Oracle object type messages, 13.14
creating for standard JMS type messages, 13.12, 13.13
QueueConnection
creating with default ConnectionFactory parameters, 13.5
creating with open JDBC connection, 13.4
creating with open OracleOCIConnectionPool, 13.6
creating with user name/password, 13.3
QueueConnectionFactory
getting
in LDAP, 12.4.5
getting with JDBC connection parameters, 12.4.2
getting with JDBC URL, 12.4.1
registering
through database using JDBC connection parameters, 12.2.1
through database using JDBC URL, 12.2.2
through LDAP using JDBC connection parameters, 12.2.3
through LDAP using JDBC URL, 12.2.4
unregistering
through database, 12.3.1
through LDAP, 12.3.2
QueueReceiver
about, 11.3
creating for Oracle object type messages, 13.17
creating for standard JMS type messages, 13.16
queues
altering, 8.2.2
ANYDATA
about, 22.1
creating, 23.2
JMS types supported, 22.1.2.2
programmatic interfaces, 22.1.2
propagation, 22.2
cleaning up, 1.10
creating, 8.2.1
in JMS, 12.8
dropping, 8.2.5
exception, 1.7
in JMS, 11.6.7
listening, 10.4
management restrictions, 4.6
managing, 8.2
monitor coordinator, 1.10
names
length, 8.2.1
mixed case, 4.1, 8.2.1
non-Oracle
configuring, 19.4
registering, 19.4.1
nonpersistent, A.1
compatibility, A.3
managing, A.2
notifications, A.4
restrictions, A.5
parameters
comment, 8.2.1
dequeue, 8.2.3, 8.2.4
enqueue, 8.2.3, 8.2.4
max_retries, 8.2.1
queue_name, 8.2.1
queue_table, 8.2.1
queue_type, 8.2.1
retention_time, 8.2.1
retry_delay, 8.2.1
point-to-point
creating in JMS, 12.8.1
restrictions, 4.6.3, 4.6.5
secure, 10.1
security, 4.2.3
starting, 8.2.3
stopping, 8.2.4
subscribers
about, 1.3.2
type, verifying, 8.6.2
QueueSender
about, 11.3
creating, 13.9
sending messages and specifying options, 13.11
sending messages with default options, 13.10
QueueSession
creating, 13.8
queue/topic connection factory
getting in LDAP, 12.4.5
queuing
and Oracle Database, 1.2
definition, 1.1

R

RAW
payload delivery with notification, 1.5
using RAW queues for Internet operations, 6.1.2
recipients
about, 1.3.2
recipient lists in JMS, 11.4.5
recovery
restrictions, 4.6.7
REF payloads
restrictions, 4.6.3
registerConnectionFactory
and AQ_ADMINISTRATOR_ROLE, 12.2.2
and GLOBAL_AQ_USER_ROLE, 12.2.3
using JDBC connection parameters through LDAP, 12.2.3
using JDBC connection parameters through the database, 12.2.1
using JDBC URL through LDAP, 12.2.4
registering
for notification, 10.7
through the database, JDBC URL, 12.2.2
registration
client request for, 6.4.1
IDAP client request, 6.4.3
IDAP server response to request, 6.4.8
reliability
notifications, 1.5
remote consumers
propagation, 1.8
remote subscribers
restrictions, 4.6.1
RemoteSubscriber, 11.4.3, 11.7.1
resource limits
Messaging Gateway, 19.1.4
restrictions
buffered messages, 1.4
message payloads, 4.6.4
nonpersistent queues, A.5
point-in-time recovery, 4.6.7
queue management, 4.6
REF payloads, 4.6.3
remote subscribers, 4.6.1
subscribers, 4.6.1
synonyms, 4.6.5
virtual private database, 4.6.8
result cache, Preface
retention
of messages, 1.10
in JMS, 11.1.5
retries
during dequeuing, 1.7
multiple sessions dequeuing, 1.7
revoking
AQ system privilege, 8.4.2
in JMS, 12.9.2
queue privilege, 8.4.4
in JMS, 12.9.6
roles
AQ_ADMINISTRATOR_ROLE, 3.5, 4.2.1.1, 12.2.2
AQ_USER_ROLE, 3.5, 4.2.1.2
GLOBAL_AQ_USER_ROLE, 11.1.1.3, 12.2.3
MGW_ADMINISTRATOR_ROLE, 18.2.1, 18.2.5
MGW_AGENT_ROLE, 18.2.1, 18.2.6
SELECT_CATALOG_ROLE, 23.2
rollback
all operations in JMS Session, 15.1.4
RV_discardAmount, 19.7.5
RV_limitPolicy, 19.7.5
RV_maxEvents, 19.7.5

S

scalability
about, 1.2
schedules
enabling and disabling propagation with Messaging Gateway, 19.5.3
scheduling
about propagation scheduling, 1.8
propagations using SCHEDULE_PROPAGATION, 8.6.1
secure queues, 10.1
security, 4.2.1
at destination level in JMS, 11.1.4
at system level in JMS, 11.1.3
compatibility parameter, 4.2.2
message persistence, 1.2
OCI applications, 4.2.4
propagations, 4.2.5
queue privileges, 4.2.3
queue tables
secure parameter, 8.1.1
roles, 4.2.1
sender identification
during enqueuing, 1.6
serial processes
tuning for Oracle Database AQ, 5.3.5
Session (JMS)
creating, 13.7, 14.6
sharded queue, Preface
shared servers
performance with Oracle Database AQ, 5.2.2
short message property (JMS)
getting, 15.10.8
setting, 15.2.8
SOAP
ANYDATA queues, 22.2
body, 6.3.1.3
envelope, 6.3.1.1
header, 6.3.1.2
message structure, 6.3.1
method invocation, 6.3.2
stack trace
printing in JMS, 15.12.4
starting
JMS Connection, 15.1.1
Messaging Gateway agent, 19.2.1
queues, 8.2.3
statistics
propagation, 1.8
stopping
JMS Connection, 15.11.3
queues, 8.2.4
storage parameters
tuning Oracle Database AQ, 5.3.2
StreamMessage
about, 11.2.3.1
creating, 15.1.9
example, 16.3
string message property (JMS)
getting, 15.10.2
setting, 15.2.2
structured payloads, 1.2
about, 1.2
in JMS, 11.2
subscribers
about, 1.3.2
adding, 8.5.1
altering, 8.5.2
creating, 8.5.1
creating JMS remote subscriber for Oracle object type messages, 14.19
creating remote subscriber for JMS messages, 14.18
creating with Messaging Gateway, 19.5.2
in Messaging Gateway propagations, 19.5.1
managing, 8.5
names
mixed case, 4.1
ordering, 1.3.2
parameters
delivery_mode, 8.5.1
queue_to_queue, 8.5.1
rule, 8.5.1
transformation, 8.5.1
removing, 8.5.3
restrictions, 4.6.1
specifying transformations for in JMS, 14.17, 14.20
unsubscribing DurableSubscribers, 14.21, 14.22
synonyms
restrictions, 4.6.5
SYS.AQ$_DESCRIPTOR, 2.10
SYS.AQ$_POST_INFO, 2.12
SYS.AQ$_REG_INFO, 2.9
SYS.MGW_MQSERIES_PROPERTIES, 19.7.1
SYS.MGW_TIBRV_PROPERTIES, 19.7.2
system privilege
granting, 8.4.1
in JMS, 12.9.1
revoking, 8.4.2
in JMS, 12.9.2

T

TextMessage
about, 11.2.3.4
creating, 15.1.11, 15.1.12
example, 16.5
third-party messaging
and application development, 1.3
and Messaging Gateway, 17.3.4
configuration properties, 19.7
optional foreign queue configuration properties, 19.7.4
optional link configuration properties, 19.7.3
optional subscriber configuration properties, 19.7.5
queues
configuring, 19.4
registering, 19.4.1
unregistering, 19.4.2
setting up, 18.3
view for registered queues, 19.4.3
TIB/Rendezvous
AQ_MsgProperties, 19.7.5
links
creating, 19.3.4
listener.ora, modifying, 18.3.1
message conversion, 20.3
message property mapping, 20.3.1
Messaging Gateway. setting up for, 18.3.1
mgw.ora, modifying, 18.3.1
MsgBatchSize, 19.7.5
PreserveMessageID, 19.7.5
propagation
inbound, 20.3.3
outbound, 20.3.2
RV_discardAmount, 19.7.5
RV_limitPolicy, 19.7.5
RV_maxEvents, 19.7.5
Subject
registering, 19.4.1.3
unregistering, 19.4.2
system properties, 19.7.2
time specification
during enqueuing, 1.6
timeout
notifications, 1.5
TimeToLive
setting for all messages from a MessageProducer, 15.3
Topic
creating DurableSubscriber for, 14.13, 14.14, 14.15, 14.16
creating in JMS, 12.8.2
getting in LDAP, 12.5
granting Topic privilege in JMS, 12.9.3
revoking Topic privilege in JMS, 12.9.4
specifying transformations for subscribers, 14.17
TopicBrowser, 11.4.7
browsing messages using, 14.29
creating for Topic of Oracle type messages, 14.27, 14.28
creating for Topic of standard JMS type messages, 14.25, 14.26
TopicConnection
creating with open JDBC connection, 14.4
creating with open OracleOCIConnectionPool, 14.5
creating with user name/password, 14.3
TopicConnectionFactory
getting
in LDAP, 12.4.5
with JDBC connection parameters, 12.4.4
with JDBC URL, 12.4.3
registering
through database using JDBC connection parameters, 12.2.1
through database using JDBC URL, 12.2.2
through LDAP using JDBC connection parameters, 12.2.3
through LDAP using JDBC URL, 12.2.4
unregistering
through database, 12.3.1
through LDAP, 12.3.2
TopicPublisher
about, 11.4.4
creating, 14.8
TopicReceiver
about, 11.4.6
creating for Topic of Oracle object type messages, 14.24
creating for Topic of standard JMS type messages, 14.23
TopicSession
creating, 14.7
transaction
IDAP client request
commit, 6.4.4
roll back, 6.4.5
protection during dequeuing, 1.7
transformations
about, 1.9
altering, 8.3.2
creating, 8.3.1
dropping, 8.3.3
for remote subscribers, specifying in JMS, 14.20
for Topic subscribers, specifying in JMS, 14.17
managing, 8.3
Messaging Gateway, 20.1.4
modifying, 8.3.2
parameters
attribute_number, 8.3.2
from_schema, 8.3.1
from_type, 8.3.1
to_schema, 8.3.1
to_type, 8.3.1
transformation, 8.3.1
XML, 1.9
troubleshooting
in JMS, 15.12
tuning
buffered messages, 5.5
persistent messaging, 5.3
type_name, 2.2
types
access, 4.2.1.3
AQ agent, 2.3
AQ agent list, 2.5
AQ notification descriptor, 2.10
AQ post informatin list, 2.8
AQ post information, 2.12
AQ post information list, 2.8
AQ recipient list, 2.4
AQ registration information, 2.9
AQ registration information list, 2.7
AQ subscriber list, 2.6
aq$_purge_options_t, 8.1.4
buffered messaging support, 1.4
Messaging Gateway, 20.1.2
MGW_BASIC_MSG_T, 20.1.2
MGW_TIBRV_MSG_T, 20.1.2
oracle.xdb.XMLType, 22.1.2.4
support for, 1.2
SYS.LCR$_DDL_RECORD, 22.1.2.1
SYS.LCR$_ROW_RECORD, 22.1.2.1

U

unregistering
ConnectionFactory in LDAP, 12.3.1, 12.3.2
notification, 10.8
unscheduling
propagations, 8.6.6
in JMS, 12.11.5
user authentication
Internet operations, 6.1.3
USER_ATTRIBUTE_TRANSFORMATIONS
User Transformation Functions, 9.21
USER_QUEUE_SCHEDULES, 9.8
USER_QUEUE_SUBSCRIBERS, 9.16
USER_QUEUE_TABLES, 9.2
USER_QUEUES, 9.5
USER_SUBSCR_REGISTRATIONS
User Subscription Registrations, 9.23
USER_TRANSFORMATIONS, 9.20
users
Messaging Gateway agent, 18.2.6

V

V$AQ_BACKGROUND_COORDINATOR, 2.16.3, 9.41
V$AQ_BMAP_NONDUR_SUBSCRIBERS, 9.50
V$AQ_CROSS_INSTANCE_JOBS, 9.44
V$AQ_JOB_COORDINATOR, 2.16.3, 9.42
V$AQ_NONDUR_REGISTRATIONS, 9.45
V$AQ_NONDUR_SUBSCRIBER, 9.48
V$AQ_NONDUR_SUBSCRIBER_LWM, 9.49
V$AQ_NOTIFICATION_CLIENTS, 9.46
V$AQ_SERVER_POOL, 2.16.3, 9.43
V$AQ_SUBSCRIBER_LOAD, 9.47
V$BUFFERED_PUBLISHERS
All Buffered Publishers in the Instance, 9.28
V$BUFFERED_SUBSCRIBERS
Subscribers for All Buffered Queues in the Instance, 9.27
V$METRICGROUP
Information about the Metric Group, 9.36
V$PERSISTENT_PUBLISHERS
All Active Publishers of the Persistent Queues in the Database, 9.32
V$PERSISTENT_QMN_CACHE
Performance Statistics on Background Tasks for Persistent Queues, 9.30
V$PERSISTENT_QUEUES
All Active Persistent Queues in the Database, 9.29
V$PERSISTENT_SUBSCRIBERS
All Active Subscribers of the Persistent Queues in the Database, 9.31
V$PROPAGATION_RECEIVER
Buffer Queue Propagation Schedules on the Receiving (Destination) Side, 9.34
V$PROPAGATION_SENDER
Buffer Queue Propagation Schedules on the Sending (Source) Side, 9.33
V$STREAMSMETRIC
Streams Metrics for the Most Recent Interval, 9.37
V$STREAMSMETRIC_HISTORY
Streams Metrics Over Past Hour, 9.38
V$SUBSCR_REGISTRATION_STATS
Diagnosability of Notifications, 9.35
verifying
Messaging Gateway setup, 18.4
queue type, 8.6.2
views
all propagation schedules, 9.7, 9.7
all queue subscribers in database, 9.15
all queues in database, 9.4
all transformation functions, 9.19
all transformations, 9.18
AQ agents registered for Internet access, 9.24
messages in queue table, 9.10
Messaging Gateway, 19.2.2
Messaging Gateway agent, 21.2.1
Messaging Gateway links, 19.3.7
propagation schedules in user schema, 9.8
queue subscribers, 9.11
queue subscribers and their rules, 9.12
queue subscribers for queues where user has queue privileges, 9.17
queue subscribers in user schema, 9.16
queue tables in user schema, 9.2
queues for which user has any privilege, 9.6
queues for which user has queue privilege, 9.9
queues in user schema, 9.5
registered non-Oracle queues, 19.4.3
user transformations, 9.20
virtual private database
restrictions, 4.6.8
visibility
about, 6.4.1, 6.4.2
buffered messages, 1.4
dequeue options, 10.5
enqueue options, 10.2
rollback opertations, 6.4.5

W

waiting
during dequeuing, 1.7
WebSphere MQ
base Java link, creating, 19.3.1
base Java queue
registering, 19.4.1.1
unregistering, 19.4.2
JMS link, creating, 19.3.2
JMS Queue or Topic
registering, 19.4.1.2
unregistering, 19.4.2
JMS_DeliveryMode, 19.7.5
JMS_NoLocal, 19.7.5
listener .ora, modifying, 18.3.2
message conversion, 20.2
message header mappings, 20.2.1
Messaging Gateway, setting up for, 18.3.2
mgw.ora, modifying, 18.3.2
MQ_BrokerControlQueue, 19.7.3
MQ_BrokerPubQueue, 19.7.3
MQ_BrokerQueueManager, 19.7.3
MQ_BrokerVersion, 19.7.3
MQ_ccsid, 19.7.3, 19.7.3
MQ_CharacterSet, 19.7.4
MQ_JmsDurSubQueue, 19.7.3, 19.7.4
MQ_JmsTargetClient, 19.7.4
MQ_openOptions, 19.7.4
MQ_PubAckInterval, 19.7.3
MQ_ReceiveExit, 19.7.3
MQ_ReceiveExitInit, 19.7.3
MQ_SecurityExit, 19.7.3
MQ_SecurityExitInit, 19.7.3
MQ_SendExit, 19.7.3
MQ_SendExitInit, 19.7.3, 19.7.3, 19.7.3, 19.7.3, 19.7.3, 19.7.3
MsgBatchSize, 19.7.5
optional link configuration properties, 19.7.3
PreserveMessageID, 19.7.5
propagation
inbound, 20.2.3
outbound, 20.2.2
system properties, 19.7.1

X

XA
using with Oracle Database AQ, 4.5
XML, 6
deploying AQ servlet, 6.2
message format transformations, 1.9