Use a Connect JMS rule to define and configure a connector to an external system that uses the Java Message Service API.
The following tabs are available on this form:
To list the Connect JMS rules in your application, use the Application Explorer or click.
To list all Connect JMS rules that are available to you, use the Records Explorer.
See the Pega Community article JMS Connectors and linked articles for examples and additional documentation.
To debug your application, you can simulate a JMS connector when the external system is unavailable or lacks a test environment.
Connect JMS rules can be referenced in an Integrator shape of a flow rule.
A Connect JMS rule is an instance of the Rule-Connect-JMS rule type. Connect JMS rules belong to the Integration-Connectors category.
- Connect JMS rules - Completing the Create, Save As, or Specialization form
- Connect JMS form - Completing the Service tab
Use the Service tab to identify the JMS provider, the destination system, and characteristics of the messages between Pega Platform and the JMS provider.
- Connect JMS form - Completing the Request tab
Use the Request tab to specify the contents of the outgoing request message. At runtime, Pega Platform maps the data from the clipboard (or other sources) to fields of the message header, message body, and parameter values.
- Connect JMS form - Completing the Response tab
If the JMS connector uses the Point-to-Point scenario, use the Response tab to specify the data read at runtime from the incoming response message. Define how Pega Platform maps the data from fields in the message header or parameter values in the message body to the clipboard.
- More about Connect JMS rules