To create a Web Service that sends a JMS message, you use the Web Service Creation Wizard, just as you do for Web Services that invoke Nucleus methods. On the first screen of the wizard, however, you click the JMS Message Web Service link (rather than the Component Method Web Service link). In this version of the wizard, you do not select a Nucleus component and method; instead, the key selections are the message type and the Patch Bay port name to use. The message type is the JMSType value for the message. This is a String, stored in the message’s header, that identifies the kind of message it is. For example, a message of JMSType atg.dps.PageVisit is sent when a site visitor displays a page.

For the port name, the wizard gives you two options, IndividualEvents and GlobalEvents. These are the standard ports where the Scenario Manager listens for scenario events.

The names of the classes generated by the wizard are based on the JMS message type of the message. For example, if you create a Web Service that sends a message whose JMSType is atg.dps.PageVisit, the service implementation interface is named SendPageVisitSEI, and the service implementation class is named SendPageVisitSEIImpl.

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