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Configuring enterprise messaging using JMS

Integrate a Java Messaging Service (JMS) model using your Pega Platform application running in your Pega Cloud Services environments. Pega supports configuring Pega Platform to act as both a JMS publisher (to send messages from your Pega application), and as a JMS receiver (to receive messages in your Pega application).

Pega Cloud Services supports synchronous and asynchronous messaging between Pega Platform and other applications and their components, without requiring a direct, compatible integration with your Pega Cloud Services environments. A JMS integration can send messages to other applications using that integration with JMS to deliver business data and events to and from your Pega Platform application.

JMS integration requires that you import the requisite JAR files from your JMS provider into your Pega Platform application. To determine the requirements for the JMS files that you must import for your integration model, refer to your JMS provider documentation.

The client assumes all responsibility for files imported into Pega Cloud. Pegasystems Inc. is not responsible for clients importing files that may contain malicious code. The client can refer to the Pega Cloud Acceptable Use Policy to understand the client responsibilities model.

Pega Cloud Services can integrate the required JMS resources for your JMS model by creating an internal JNDI server, or by adding resource references to your environment for use in your JMS model by making a service request for this resource. Select New Request in My Support Portal that includes requires details, such as type of resource and connection details. The internal JNDI server and JMS resource go into effect for use in your JMS model after Pega Cloud Services restarts your Pega Cloud environment.

For more information about JMS resources, see Messaging service overview.

For more information on how to restart your Pega Cloud environment, see Restarts in your Pega Cloud environment.

For more information about configuring a JMS model to exchange messages between an application and your Pega Cloud Services environment, see the following articles:

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