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Security for JMS destination

 
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How to configure security for JMS destinations in weblogic 8.1? I want my Topic or Queue to receive messages only if user is in Role.
 
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It should be possible to do that since the Topic / Queue is a resource. Did you search the WL 10 docs ?
 
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It should be possible. I am using weblogic 8.1, I searched docs, but could not find it.
 
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Hello.These are the steps you need to follow to create jms server, bridge and another Jms server.

JMS-JA-ADP.jar
connection factory
Templates
stores
JMS server
Distributed Destination for Queues
Brdiges destination
Bridges
 
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I do not want to create bridge. I just want to secure my JMS destination so that user in specific role should be able to send message. I am planning very simple like security to EJB methods to start with where user in specific roles only able to run method on EJB.
 
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