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package examples.xml.jms

XML-JMS example package and classes

  • Clients
  • EntityResolver
  • DTD
  • about this example

    This example illustrates: This example represents a simple workflow system. Client accepts user input to define a message that must be approved by AdminClient. The message is combined in the form of an XML document with the name of the user who sent the message and the current status of the message. The XML data is sent as a JMS text message to a queue where it awaits approval from AdminClient. The AdminClient updates attributes of the XML data and returns it to the queue. The message is then read back in by Client which parses the XML data using a validating DOM parser and displays the results in the console. The parser uses ResourceEntityResolver to resolve the external DTDs when validating the documents. All messages are sent to the same JMS queue and are filtered by Client and AdminClient using JMS selectors.

    how to use this example

    Build the example:

    1. Set up your development shell, as described in Setting up your environment.
    2. Compile the files in this directory as shown in this example for Windows NT:
        $ javac -d %CLIENT_CLASSES% *.java

    Configure the server:

    1. Configure a JMS connection pool by un-commenting the following lines in your file.
      where WebLogicHome is the installation directory of WebLogic Server.
    2. In this example, the parser validates the XML documents against the workflow.dtd DTD. The DTD is an external entity that is resolved by ResourceEntityResolver. ResourceEntityResolver expects to find the DTD in the same directory as the client classes. Before running this example, you must copy the DTD to the /myserver/clientclasses/examples/xml/jms directory under the WebLogic installation directory.

    Run the example:

    1. Start the WebLogic Server in a new command shell.
    2. In your development shell, run the Client with the following command:
        $ java examples.xml.jms.Client t3://hostname:port userName
      Host name of the WebLogic Server
      Port where the WebLogic Server is listening for connections (weblogic.system.ListenPort).
      Name for the client. This can be anything.
    3. Enter a message to be approved by AdminClient.
    4. To run the AdminClient, set up a new development shell, as described in Setting up your environment, and run the AdminClient with the following command:
        $ java examples.xml.jms.AdminClient t3://hostname:port
      Host name of the WebLogic Server
      Port where the WebLogic Server is listening for connections (weblogic.system.ListenPort).

    there's more...

    Read more about XML in Using XML with WebLogic Server.

    Read more about JMS in the Developer Guide, Using WebLogic JMS.

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    Last updated 2/9/2000