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Jboss JMS API question

leor amikam
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Joined: Oct 22, 2009
Posts: 2
Newbie Question. We have a requirement to interface to a JBoss 4.3 JMS queue from an Oracle 9i database.
Initial idea was to write a Java stored proc in Oracle to invoke the JMS API. However, the JVM in Oracle 9i is 1.3.1. I am assuming that to write a JMS client to talk to Jboss 4.3, we need to reference the JBoss 4.3 JMS provider libraries. They only work with JVM 1.5.
Any suggestions?
Jeremy Whiting
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Joined: Mar 05, 2008
Posts: 10
Hello Ieor,
I cannot answer your query about the compatibility of the JMS api though it looks like you are out of luck.

Can you explain in a little more detail what is expected from you. It could be possible to achieve what you want using a different technique.

Are new records in the database expected to be processed by the JBoss AS or other systems via a JMS queue ?

Thanks,
Jeremy

 
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