Apama's event correlator sends and receives events through adapters. Apama adapters connect the Apama framework to external event sources, translating application-specific data into Apama application event format that the correlator can process. You can connect Apama to any event data source, database, messaging infrastructure, or application. Some of the commonly used standard adapters that are bundled with Progress Apama are for: . Java Messaging Service . Databases . Web Services . Files In this course, you learn how to connect an Apama application to JMS. It tells you how to configure a JMS Correlator-integrated adapter and how Apama interacts with JMS. Note: This course does not cover the IAF-based JMS adapter.