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In addition to the Transaction Mediator, WSO2 ESB also has support for JMS transaction. WSO2 ESB ships with a JMS transport which supports both local and distributed JMS transactions. In a JMS client, use local transactions to group message sends and receives. The JMS API Session interface provides commit and rollback methods that you can use in a JMS client.



Local Transaction

A local transaction represents a unit of work on a single connection to a data source managed by a resource manager. In JMS, we can use the JMS API to get a transacted session and call methods for commit or rollback for the relevant transaction objects. This is managed internal to a resource manager. There is no external transaction manager involved in the coordination of such transactions.

JMS Local Transaction Configuration

To start a local JMS transaction, define the following property in JMS Transport Listner/Sender in axis2.xml:

By default the session is not transacted and if you want to use JMS local transaction set the above parameter to true. And you need to set the following property in Synpase fault handler to rollback the transaction in case of a failure.

JMS Distributed Transaction

The WSO2 ESB also has the support for distributed JMS transaction. You can use JMS Transport with more than one distributed resources( for example a JMS queue and a remote database server).

The Transaction Mediator can be used to mark a distributed transaction which involves a distribution transaction which span through multiple JMS resources.

Scenario

In the following scenario, a message will be read from a JMS queue and it will be processed by a back end service. While executing one sequence, ESB will receive a fault and this will cause the JMS transaction to rollback. In the successful scenario, the transaction will be committed and the request will be sent to the back end service. In the following configuration, there is a Class Mediator which will set a property called MESSAGE_COUNT to the message context and it will demonstrate this behavior. Depending on the value of this variable the decision to either commit or rollback the transaction will be taken. You can download the binary ZIP of the mediator from here. Drop this mediator to $ESB_HOME/repository/components/lib.

The source of the mediator looks as shown below.

ESB configuration is given below.

To start a local JMS transaction, define the following property in JMS transport Listner in axis2.xml:

By default, the session is not transacted and if you want to use JMS local transaction, set the above parameter to true. Also note the following property in the failure case which will roll back the local transaction.

Running the Example

Note

You do not need to deploy the ESB on JBOSS to run this sample since this does not require any distributed transaction manager as in other cases.

1. Copy the JMS client JARs (activemq-core-5.2.0.jar, geronimo-j2ee-management_1.0_spec-1.0.jar, geronimo-jms_1.1_spec-1.1.1.jar) into the following location:

  • $ESB_HOME/repository/components/lib.

2. Start the activemq server.

3. Deploy and start the SimpleStockQuoteService service. Get the SimpleStockQuoteService service attach with this article (SimpleStockQuoteService.aar) and place it in $ESB_HOME/samples/axis2Server/repository/services.

4. Start WSO2 ESB with above configuration.

5. Run the JMS client with following command:

When you run the client, you can see two log lines saying that first time the traction was rolled back and in the second attempt the transaction was committed. And service will be served to the message received.

Distributed JMS Transaction

WSO2 ESB has the support for distributed JMS transaction. In this case, you can use the Transaction Mediator to manage multiple distributed resources. An ideal candidate for this category would be handling a JMS queue and a data base server using a single transaction. A sample configuration will be very similar to the distributed transaction example configuration given in the section on distributed transactions.

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