The JMS Session builder and the JMS Message builder enable IBM® WebSphere® Portlet Factory to act as a Java Message Service (JMS) client with which you can establish a logical connection to a JMS provider.
Before you use the JMS Session and JMS Message builders, you need to have JMS working either on the local application server or on a remote server. You can use a JMS Message builder call to send or publish messages to the JMS provider destination topics or queues.
The JMS Session builder allows you to specify configuration information to connect to a JMS queue or topic. You can use multiple JMS Session builder calls in a model to route messages to particular topics or queues. Also, multiple JMS Message builder calls can use the same JMS Session builder call, which allows you to define the JMS connection once for any number of messages being routed to a particular topic or queue.
Parent topic: Builder help
About using the builder call editor
JMS Message builder