The Jitterbit JMS Connector makes it possible to work with Java Message Service (JMS)-compliant systems to perform data transformations, conduct in-depth analysis, and apply diagnostics, including error handling, logging, notification, and reporting.
The JMS Connector helps achieve asynchronous communication between loosely-coupled systems with the added benefit of data transformations. Use the JMS Connector to push data to a topic or queue, perform operations on a schedule, or process urgent messages immediately. You can use it to automate processes that involve JMS-compliant systems and apply priority processing to specific records in queues and topics.
Can apply complex data transformations or validations to JMS messages
Allows users to build new features without disrupting existing integrations
Provides for additional diagnostic and analytics capabilities
Standard JMS operations are supported:
Sending data to a queue or topic and receiving confirmation responses
Listening for messages to process data in real time
Browsing or Polling data from a queue to retrieve information
Publishing to a topic for subscribers
Transforming data as needed in an operation
This section covers installation and setup instructions, guidance on setting up a JMS endpoint, and using JMS operations in a Jitterbit project.
The Jitterbit JMS Connector does not provide a JMS endpoint or JMS queue. Instead, it provides access and integration with JMS providers running on either the same machine as the Jitterbit Private Agent or on other hosts.
Currently, the JMS Connector may only be used with integrations that use Jitterbit Private Agents.