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I'm trying to find some documentation on how to set up an MDB to listen to a remote queue. The following is a snippet from my mdb:
Any help would be appreciated
Joined: Feb 15, 2010
Alrighty, so this problem appears to be a configuring issue in the weblogic server. The server the MDB is on has to know where the queues are. You can configure this throught the admin console ->system mod->foreign server. Now to figure out how to configure this correctly...
Any experts out there in this area? I'm confused on what goes in the JNDI Properties and JNDI Properties Credentials.
Once I had the same problem when i try to integrate/comfigure OracleAQ with JbossAS. I have an alternative solution for this if this configuration thing does not work. You can write a JMS Listener application which listens to that foreign queue. You may integrate this application to the enterprise application that resides on the app server. Once you read a message just enqueue it into a local queue. You can easily access local queues rite.