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Standalone Java Client for WebSphere default Messaging.

rakesh parida
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Joined: May 13, 2010
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Hi all,

I am new to WebSphere messaging. I want to write a standalone java client to access a queue configured in WebSphere server.The Standalone program should run when ever it is required and should process all messages in the queue. I shall put messages in the queue using my web application and there is no issue in doing that. Since we are not using MDBs/Spring, we need to write a standalone listener for this. I can invoke this from a sh. command in the UNIX box.

Has anybody done similar thing before? Please share any tutorial or sample code or the the procedure to this.

Thank You.
 
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