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Weblogic JMS notification on message delivery - does such a facility work

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I'm are using Weblogic Server 10 and making use of distributed queues and a bridge to publish messages to a 2nd system.

Is there a callback mechanism available where application code can be executed as a result of a successful delivery of a message in the JMS bridge ?

As an example :
1.) My application inserts message into queue on bridge
2.) Message is successfully delivered to 2nd system -> callback class in my application is invoked (possibly to update a database status entry or initiate a application specific timer)

I know that the messages that currently exist in a queue can be retrieved by JMX but I'd prefer to use an callback facility than write code to query the queue/bridge via JMX at intervals.

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