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How to integrate Webshere Mq series 6.0.0.0 with Weblogic server 10.0.0?

 
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Hi All,

Could any one please post sample code for "How to integrate Webshere Mq series 6.0.0.0 with Weblogic server 10.0.0?
" It will be great helpfull to me.

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Chandra
 
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Hi,

you will need to configure a message bridge.


Take a look at:

http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs100/bridge/index.html

The following article is related to older versions but might help:

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/library/techarticles/0604_kesavan/0604_kesavan.html

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instead of using the message bridge, you can set up MQ as a foreign JMS server, which will bind MQ destinations to the local WebLogic JNDI tree. Your apps can then send/receive from the destinations as if they were "local" destinations.

See http://e-docs.bea.com/wls/docs103/jms_admin/advance_config.html#wp1075917.

Hope that helps,
Dave
 
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Marcos Maia wrote:

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/library/techarticles/0604_kesavan/0604_kesavan.html

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Hi Dave.. yeah you can also do with foreign jms server...

That's the option showed in the mentioned article step by step.. only for an older version.
 
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Hi Marcos & Dave,

Thanks for your reply. I could not find the solution from your replies. Could you please send code if you have .

I am getting endpointerfinder exception while looking for binding file from weblogic-ejb-jar.xml file for <providerURL>file://c:/temp</providerURL>.

I am trying to point MQ on different server from my local machine using .binding file.

Thanks,
Chandra Chavan.
 
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Hi Chandra
Iam also facing the same issue.
Did you happen to resolve it?
Please share some thoughts of yours.

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Vikas
 
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Have you configured the foriegn JMS provider in WEBLOGIC ?
 
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