Hi Zahid, I don't see any
references to JMS in your backbutton.org site. But, based on what
was there, the first question that comes to mind is why reference such
an old architecture diagram (1999)? For one thing, JMS was just getting
started in 1999. I think it was at version 1.0. So, that could
be a reason why it's not part of that particular diagram. You might
be better off starting with the diagrams from the Jakarta EE Platform Spec
or finding other articles that discuss Jakarta EE and the overall architecture.
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I have posed a couple of questions on
my website suggesting reasons why JMS was left out from the architectural
The questions are just below the diagram
of J2EE level 0 in light blue text.
I like to be accurate in what I write. I wonder if you can confirm my reason
is probably correct or not ?