Java messaging service (JMS)

The JMS connector allows Workato to interact with JMS providers. The adapter can subscribe to topic/queue and publish to topic/queue. The JMS connector is an on-premise connector.

Supported editions and versions

The connector supports Amazon SQS and Apache MQ JMS implementations.

How to connect to the JMS connector on Workato

The JMS connector is an on-premise connector, therefore requiring Workato's on-premise agent and JMS connection profiles to be set up before it can be used.

Working with the JMS connector

In order to work with the JMS connector, users have to have a common data model to work with.

Using the new message in queue/topic trigger

To use the trigger, enter the exact queue name and select the format of the message, as well as the schema of the message, which should have been previously defined as a common data model.

New message in queue trigger New message in queue trigger

The selected schema will create the output datatree for the trigger, for the message data to be used in the recipe for mapping to other systems.

Using the publish message in queue/topic action

To use the action, enter the exact queue name and select the format of the message, as well as the schema of the message, which should have been previously defined as a common data model.

Step input output Publish message action

The selected schema will create the input fields for the action. Fill in these input fields to populate the message with the data you wish to send.

The selected schema will also create the output datatree for the trigger, for the message data to be used in the recipe for mapping to other systems.

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