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JMS Architecture

Rob Weintraub

Joined: Mar 06, 2001
Posts: 3
I am using JMS for prototyping an application that will send XML data to other applications. My application runs on Weblogic. The receiving applications may be running on different boxes. Can I send a JMS message to a remote destination over the Internet or does the target destination have to be an application running on the same server?
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