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"Power JMS, by Tarak Modi"
Vol. 6, Issue 5, p. 34

	


Listing 1

// create a new URL with our custom "jms" protocol.
URL url = new URL("jms://Queue/ModiQueue");
        URLConnection uc = url.openConnection();

// Send a message
        DataOutputStream dos =
                        new DataOutputStream(uc.getOutputStream());
        dos.writeUTF("Hello!");
        dos.flush();

// Receive the message
DataInputStream dis = new DataInputStream(uc.getInputStream());
String message = dis.readUTF();

// close the streams.
dos.close();
dis.close();



Listing 2

// Get the list of package prefixes
// protocolPathProp has been defined as
// "java.protocol.handler.pkgs"
String packagePrefixList = null;
        PackagePrefixList = (String)
                java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(
                        new sun.security.action.GetPropertyAction(
                                protocolPathProp,""));

        // Add the standard protocols package to the list!
        // First, if any package prefixes were found, append
        // another delimiter, "|", to the end.
        if (packagePrefixList != "") {
            packagePrefixList += "|";
        }

        // and now append "sun.net.www.protocol" to the end.
        // Important:
        // Since this package is appended at the end of user
        // specified packages, a user can override any of the
        // Sun provided protocol handler implementations, such
        // as the one for http.
        packagePrefixList += "sun.net.www.protocol";

        // And now parse through the list...
        // Remember, "|" is the delimiter.
        StringTokenizer packagePrefixIter =
            new StringTokenizer(packagePrefixList, "|");

        // Keep going until either we get a handler or
        // no more tokens remain.
        // Note that there will always be at least
        // one token, sun.net.www.protocol.
        while (handler == null && packagePrefixIter.hasMoreTokens()) {

                // Get the next token
                String packagePrefix =
                        packagePrefixIter.nextToken().trim();
                try {
                        // Create the fully qualified class name.
                        // Eg. jmsbook + jms + ".Handler"
                        String clsName = packagePrefix + "." +
                                                protocol + ".Handler";

                Class cls = null;
                        try {
        // Now try loading the class with that name.
                        clsClass.forName(clsName);
        }
catch (ClassNotFoundException e) {
                        ClassLoader cl =
                                        ClassLoader.getSystemClassLoader();
          if (cl != null) {
                                        cls = cl.loadClass(clsName);
                                }
                        }
                        if (cls != null) {
        // create a new instance.
                                handler  = (URLStreamHandler)cls.newInstance();
                        }
}
catch (Exception e) {
                        // any number of exceptions can get thrown here
                        // move onto the next token...
                }

} // while loop.


Listing 3

// This is the static hash table used
// to cache the protocol handlers.
// All access to this table must be synchronized.
static Hashtable handlers = new Hashtable();

static synchronized URLStreamHandler getURLStreamHandler(
                String protocol) {

// Have we already resolved this protocol?
URLStreamHandler handler =
                (URLStreamHandler)handlers.get(protocol);
// Maybe not...
if (handler == null) {
// Use the factory (if any)
// We will not consider this case.
// In a nutshell, a factory implements the
// URLStreamHandlerFactory interface and is
// registered with the URL instance either during
// construction or using the
// setURLStreamHandlerFactory method.
// A factory can only be set once and similar to the
// protocol handlers is shared by all URL instances.
if (factory != null) {
                handler =
                        factory.createURLStreamHandler(protocol);
}

// still don't have a handler...
if (handler == null) {
// All the logic to
resolve a protocol
// string to a protocol handler.
// Plug in the implementation that
// we saw above here
                        }

// Cache the handler if one was found.
                        if (handler != null) {
        handlers.put(protocol, handler);
                        }
                }

// Return the handler to the caller.
return handler;
    }


Listing 4

// uc is a JmsURLConnection
// Wrap/Decorate the JmsOutputStream with a DataOutputStream
        DataOutpputStream dos =
                new DataOutputStream(uc.getOutputStream());
// Write the name (string), sex (string)
// and age (long) to the stream.
        dos.writeUTF(name);
        dos.writeUTF(sex);
        dos.writeLong(age);
// send the message.
        dos.flush();
// done
        dos.close();
		
Listing 5


        // uc is a JmsURLConnection
// Wrap/Decorate the JmsInputStream with a DataInputStream
        DataInpputStream dis =
                new DataInputStream(uc.getInputStream());
// Read the name (string), sex (string)
// and age (long) from the stream.
        String name = dos.readUTF(name);
        String sex = dos.readUTF(sex);
        Long age = dos.readLong(age);
        // done
        dis.close();



  
 
 

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