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Oracle GlassFish Server Message Queue 4.5 Technical Overview
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1.  Messaging Systems: An Introduction

2.  Client Programming Model

3.  The Message Queue Broker

Broker Services

Connection Services

Port Mapper Service

Thread Pool Management

Message Delivery Services

Physical Destinations

Managing Destinations

Configuring Physical Destinations

Managing Memory

Destination Message Limits

System-Wide Message Limits

System Memory Thresholds

Persistence Services

File-Based Persistence

JDBC-Based Persistence

Security Services

Authentication and Authorization

JAAS-Based Authentication


Bridge Services

JMS Bridge Service

STOMP Bridge Service

Monitoring Services

Metrics Generator


Metrics Message Producer

JMX MBeans

Java ES Monitoring Framework Support

Administration Tools

Built-in Administration Tools

JMX-Based Administration

Administration Tasks

Supporting a Development Environment

Supporting a Production Environment

Setup Operations

Maintenance Operations

4.  Broker Clusters

5.  Message Queue and Java EE

A.  Message Queue Implementation of Optional JMS Functionality

B.  Message Queue Features



Administration Tasks

This section describes the tasks that you need to complete to support a Message Queue development or a production environment.

Supporting a Development Environment

In developing a client component, it’s best to keep administrative work to a minimum. The Message Queue product is designed to help you do this and can be used out of the box. It should be enough just to start the broker. The following practices allow you to focus on development:

Supporting a Production Environment

In a production environment, message service management plays a key role in application performance and in meeting the enterprise requirements for scaling, availability, and security. In this environment, the administrator has many more tasks to perform. These can be roughly divided into setup and maintenance operations.

Setup Operations

Typically, you have to perform the following setup operations:

Maintenance Operations

To monitor and control broker resources and to tune application performance, you must do the following after an application has been deployed: