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Difference between <resourse-env-ref> and <message-destination-ref>

 
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Hi all,

Can anybody explain the difference between <resourse-env-ref> and <message-destination-ref>. In one of the forum's post the link to which is given below

https://coderanch.com/t/157993/EJB-Certification-SCBCD/certification/Difference-between-resource-ref-resource

It was said that <resourse-env-ref> was used for JMS destinations. Then what is <message-destination-ref> used for.

With regards
Deepthi
 
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Deepthi Tirunahari wrote:It was said that <resourse-env-ref> was used for JMS destinations. Then what is <message-destination-ref> used for.


<resource-env-ref> is used to declare resources which do not need authentication. I'm not sure about the <message-destination-ref> though.
 
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