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Weblogic Cluster JMS Issue

Naveen Chowdary

Joined: May 25, 2010
Posts: 4
Our application works on weblogic 8.1(Linux) and uses 6 managed servers across 2 physical machines.

Problem is we need to maintain a cache across all the 6 managed servers and we are making use of distributed topic for this purpose.So whenever a managed server gets a request it updates its cache and notifies all the other managed servers using distributed topic. We made use of MDBs for listening to these messages on topic and everything works fine.But suddenly sometimes say 2 managed servers will not be notified while the remaining servers will be notified.We are not getting any error as I checked both our application and weblogic console logs.We made use of weblogic JMS services.Please help us
Thanks and Regards
Naveen Chowdary
I agree. Here's the link:
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