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SQL Anywhere 11.0.0 » QAnywhere » Creating QAnywhere Applications » Connectors

 

Tutorial: Using JMS connectors

A JMS connector provides connectivity between a JMS message system and QAnywhere. In this tutorial, you send messages between a JMS client application and a QAnywhere client application.

Required software
  • SQL Anywhere 11
  • Java Software Development Kit
  • A JMS connector
Competencies and experience

You require:

  • Familiarity with Java
  • Basic knowledge of configuring your JMS connector
Goals

You gain competence and familiarity with:

  • Configuring your JMS connector to communicate with a sample QAnywhere application
  • Sending messages between a JMS message system and a sample QAnywhere application
Key concepts

This section uses the following steps to provide connectivity between a JMS message system and QAnywhere using a SQL Anywhere sample database:

  • Preparing your JMS connector to send and receive messages
  • Running the QAnywhere server and client components, and the JMS client
  • Sending a message from the QAnywhere client to the JMS client, and vice-versa
Suggested background reading

For more information about using JMS connectors, see Connectors.


Lesson 1: Set up client and server components
Lesson 2: Send a message from a JMS client to a QAnywhere client
Lesson 3: Send a message from a QAnywhere client to a JMS client
Tutorial cleanup