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Accessing JMS through a load balancer.

Mohammad Akon
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Joined: Jul 17, 2007
Posts: 19
Hello,

I have two instances of JBOSS running on two different physical boxes (e.g. app1.internaldomain.com and app2.internaldomain.com) on the same network and JMS is configured to listen on port 10099. I also created a topic. On the servers' front there is a load balancer (lb.internaldomain.com) which is actually dispatching all the incoming request to the different boxes in a round robin fashion. I've visibility only to the load balancer not to any of the app servers (I can only send request to it). I used a sample application to send messages to the JMS queue. But I am getting the following error:

ERROR:


The configuration I made:


The client code


Any suggestion on the resolution will be highly appreciated.

Thanks.

Mohammad

P.S. My sincere apology if its a repost. In that case please forward me the original post.
 
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