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SQL Anywhere 11.0.1 » QAnywhere » Introducing QAnywhere technology » QAnywhere architecture

 

Scenario for messaging with external messaging systems

In addition to exchanging messages among QAnywhere applications, you can exchange messages with systems that have a JMS interface using a specially configured client known as a connector. JMS is the Java Message Service API for adding messaging capabilities to Java applications.

The external messaging system is set up to act like a special client. It has its own address and configuration.

The architecture for messaging with external messaging systems is an extension of the architecture described in Simple messaging scenario. The following diagram shows this architecture:

QAnywhere architecture, including an external messaging system

The component that is added to the simple messaging scenario to enable messaging with an external messaging system is as follows:

  • QAnywhere JMS Connector   The JMS Connector provides an interface between QAnywhere and the external messaging system.

    The JMS Connector is a special QAnywhere client that moves messages between QAnywhere and the external JMS system.

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