The JMS Message builder allows you to create and send messages to the Java Message Service (JMS) topic or queue specified by a JMS Session builder call.
You can use the JMS Message builder to send data from your Web application to a JMS client application. The JMS client can be a logging application, a notification system, or an entry point to a backend system.
The JMS Message builder creates a JMS Message based on the inputs you provide in the builder call editor. You can send the message by calling the invoke method on the LJO that the JMS Message builder adds to the model.
Before you get started using the JMS builders, you need to have a JNDI service provider running somewhere on your network.
Parent topic: Builder help
About using the builder call editor
JMS Session builder