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The Stock Trader JMS Application
The Stock Trader Application
To illustrate both Publish-Subscribe and Point-to-Point messaging, let us build a Stock Trader Application. We have a server (represented by the StockServer class) which just keeps sending Stock Quotes to a topic which we call the NASDAQ_Topic. A Subscriber (represented by the Subscriber class) subscribes to this Topic and receives notification of the change in prices of the company stock prices. We also have the Subscriber connected to his stock-brokers Buy and Sell Queues which are named Buy_Queue and Sell_Queue through a Sender class. The Sender class sends Buy and Sell messages to the appropriate queues as requested by the Subscriber class. The Stock Agents who are responsible for Buying Stocks (represented by the BuyAgent class) and Selling Stocks (represented by the SellAgent class) are subscribed to the Buy_Queue and the Sell_Queue respectively. The whole scenario is depicted in Figure. We use Publish-Subscribe messaging between the StockServer and the Subscriber. We use Point-to-Point or Queue based messaging between the Sender and the BuyAgent and SellAgent classes.
To implement the following example, I used a beta version of Fiorano Software, Inc.s Fiorano/EMS Lite for Windows NT, JMS implementation. You can download this implementation from Fiorano Software, Inc. at http://www.fiorano.com/ and set it up according to instructions.
Figure 1: Our Stock Trader Implementation
Before we go ahead coding away to glory, we need to set up our Topics and queues. Run the administrator console. Move to the Topics tab and create a Topic called Nasdaq_Topic as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2: Using the Administrator console to set up the Topic
Move over to the Queues tab and create both a Sell_Queue and a Buy_Queue as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3: Using the Administrator console to set up the Queues
|Developing a Topic Publisher - The Stock Server|
|Gopalan Suresh Raj is a Software Architect, Developer and an active Author. He is contributing author to a couple of books "Enterprise Java Computing-Applications and Architecture" and "The Awesome Power of JavaBeans". His expertise spans enterprise component architectures and distributed object computing. Visit him at his Web Cornucopia© site (http://www.execpc.com/~gopalan) or mail him at email@example.com.|
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