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Preface > Conventions Used in This Book

Conventions Used in This Book

The following typographical conventions are used in this book:

Italic

Used for filenames, pathnames, hostnames, domain names, URLs, email addresses, and new terms when they are defined.

Constant width

Used for code examples and fragments, class, variable, and method names, Java keywords used within the text, SQL commands, table names, column names, and XML elements and tags.

Constant width bold

Used for emphasis in some code examples.

Constant width italic

Used to indicate text that is replaceable.

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The term JMS provider is used to refer to a vendor that implements the JMS API to provide connectivity to its enterprise messaging service. The term JMS client refers to Java components or applications that use the JMS API and a JMS provider to send and receive messages. JMS application refers to any combination of JMS clients that work together to provide a software solution.


  

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