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Websphere JMS Queue Bridging

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Joined: Mar 11, 2005
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Posting on behalf of a friend. Urgent help required...

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I require suggestions on bridging 2 JMS queues set up on 2 different IBM Websphere 6.0 servers.

In my application I have a MDB listening to a local JMS queue and an external application which will post messages on to their own JMS queue. Now bridging has to done between these two JMS queue.

We have configured JMS Q using Default messaging under JMS Providers and not WebSphere MQ. Kindly suggest as to how do I go about bridging them.
Can the bridging be done only by configuring JMS provider using Websphere MQ and not through Default messaging?
I also wanted to know if my MDB can be configured to directly listen to the external application?s JMS queue thus avoiding bridging?

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David O'Meara
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You won't be able to ask questions for your friend any more because I have closed your account.

When you re-register, please pay attention to the naming rules.

Dave
 
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