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For more information, see “About Web Services” on page 19 . Java Message Service. Enterprise messaging is recognized as a tool for building enterprise applications. The Java Message Service (JMS) is a standard Java API that is used to access an enterprise messaging system. JMS is part of the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE). JMS supports the ability to asynchronously send and receive business data and events. JMS defines a common enterprise messaging API that supports a wide range of enterprise messaging products. JMS supports both message queuing and publish and subscribe styles of messaging. JMS is not a separate product. It is the specification of a common API for enterprise messaging. A JMS provider that is supplied by an enterprise messaging vendor is required in order to use it. Using the Java Business Service (JBS) feature, the JMS Transport is a feature that provides access to the JMS providers for a third-party vendor. A JMS provider is the implementation of the JMS API for a particular vendor. For example, IBM implements a JMS provider for their MQSeries product, and BEA implements a JMS provider for their Weblogic product. For more information, see Transports and Interfaces: Siebel Enterprise Application Integration . Siebel EAI and Object Interfaces A Siebel application supports several programmatic interfaces to facilitate communication between an external application and a Siebel application. These interfaces include: COM Data Control Java Data Bean Web Client Automation Server Mobile Web Client Automation Server COM Data Server For more information, see Siebel Object Interfaces Reference .
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Overview: Siebel Enterprise Application Integration Version 8.1 Overview of Siebel EAI About Siebel EAI Components 14 Siebel EAI and Message Based Integration Figure 1 illustrates how Siebel EAI supports message based integration with an external application, where the Siebel application is the initiator of the request or the receiver. Siebel EAI and Integration Objects An integration object is the contents of messages that are exchanged, as described in Figure 1 on page 14 . An integration object is defined in Siebel Tools. The types of integration objects include: Siebel integration object. Data to be loaded into or read from a Siebel Business Object. External integration object. Data received from or sent to the external application. A configuration engine provides configurable data transformation to match the difference in the way that entities are represented, while integration objects represent the information exchanged. A Siebel integration object is defined as a subset of a Siebel business object. The map between an integration object and the business object is maintained in the Siebel Repository. EAI Siebel Adapter is a predefined business service that uses a Siebel integration as input, then calls the appropriate business object APIs to operate on the object invoked. External integration objects are based on external metadata. This metadata is in the form of XML Schema Definitions (XSD), Document Type
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