Originally posted by kavitha vasu: Do i need any Application server?
Yes You need an application server in order to use your JMS destinations (e.g. Queue or Topic). After you setup your ConnectionFactory and destinations, you can simply start using it in your application.
For Application servers you have access to different commercial and open-source AS such as Jboss Application Server, GlassFish, ActiveMQ, and etc.
Joined: Apr 16, 2008
An application server is not required. Two command-line Java programs can communicate using the JMS API and a message server.
Hi Kavita, Its true thatyou need the I have implemented JMS full life cycle in weblogic server 10.0. Weblogic workshop editor is the best editor to do that. In my application i created on JMs client file that will send the messages to the JMS server that i created on weblogic. the mappings of that server provided to the JMs Client program. Then i created one message driven bean and using annotations i provided the JMS server mappings to that bean.
Now when my client prog. sends messages to the JMS server on weblogic. The MDB gets called and receives the message.
I am giving you the code for JMS client file as below. **********************