Use the WebLogic JMS Client for Microsoft .NET

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Overview of the WebLogic JMS .NET Client

What is the WebLogic JMS .NET Client?

Supported JMS Features

Messaging Models

Message Types

How the WebLogic JMS .NET Client Works

Configuring WebLogic Server

Configuring the Listen Port

Configuring JMS Resources for the JMS .NET Client

Interoperating with Previous WebLogic Server Releases

Understanding the WebLogic JMS .NET API

Installing and Copying the WebLogic JMS .NET Client Libraries

Installing the WebLogic JMS .NET Client

Location of Installed Components

Copying the Library to the Client Machine

Developing a Basic JMS Application Using the WebLogic JMS .NET API

Creating a JMS .NET Client Application

Example: Writing a Basic PTP JMS .NET Client Application


Basic Steps

Using Advanced Concepts in JMS .NET Client Applications

Programming Considerations

Using WebLogic JMS Extensions

Message Compression


Message Delivery Time

One-Way Message Sends

Include user-id as JMSXUserId

Message Delivery Attempts

Limitations of Using the WebLogic JMS .NET Client

Unsupported JMS 1.1 Standard Features

Unsupported JMS 1.1 Optional Features

Unsupported WebLogic JMS Extensions


Exchanging Messages Between Different Language Environments

Specifying the URL Format

Using DNS Alias Host Names

Implementing Security With the JMS .NET Client

Configuring Logging and Debugging

Server Side

Client Side

Understanding Socket and Threading Behavior

Data Conversion Between Java and .NET

Endian Conversions

Signed and Unsigned Byte Conversions

Byte Array Transfers

Time Conversions

Best Practices

JMS .NET Client Sample Application


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