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A destination that uses publish and subscribe semantics.

See Also destination.


A standards-based network protocol, such as HTTP or STOMP, that defines how objects communicate over a network.

In Web services, the transport details for an endpoint are specified inside the WSDL port element.

transport connector

An address at which a message broker accepts client connections.

transport mediation

The capability to move a message from one transport to another. This includes transforming message data between the formats required by each protocol and managing the metadata differences between the transports. It also means managing the differences in how the protocols operate. For example, when mediating between HTTP and JMS the bridge must manage the differences between the HTTP transports synchronous, request/reply style and the JMS transports asynchronous style.

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