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Changing the JMS Provider in WSAD 5

Byron Estes
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I don't want to use the internal JMS server provided in WSAD. Instead I'd like to use Sonic MQ. I know I did this (...some time ago) with version 4, but I can't seem to find anything that tells me how for WSAD. Anyone done this before and can save me hours of frustration?

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Kyle Brown
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There should be an article coming out on WSDD on this within the month. More than that I can't tell you.
But WHY would you want to do this
[ April 10, 2003: Message edited by: Kyle Brown ]

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Byron Estes
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I've used SonicMQ before so I'm familiar with it. It has some nice capabilities to monitor the queues and topics as well as the ability to create a session connected to the topic/queue and allow you to place messages for testing, instead of creating your own client. Stuff like that. I know that WSAD has it's own internal messaging system, but I'm not familiar with it's limitations or the tools you'd use to connect to it to add queues, test etc. If you have, or can point me to some information on that maybe I wouldn't need to use an external MOM.
I agree. Here's the link:
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