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Performance Tuning with respect to Message Queue and Message Driven Beans

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I am new to this , so please help me

We are using Weblogic server Queue and generally the messages recievied in the Quue will be averagely 50 Messages per every 3 minutes as per our Application.

Is one Message Driven Bean acting as a Listener is sufficient in our case ??

Or do i need to create 20 More Message Driven Beans acting as Listener for that Queue so that the Message Receving is faster .

and also tell me will creating More MDB's for a Particular Queue will improve the performance ??

Is there any pooling concept with respect to Message Driven Beans provided by the Container .

Thanks for reading .
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For each MDB, application server maintains a pool of its instances based on the configuration done in the Application Server. If number of MDB instances in application server is configured as 5 then 5 instances of MDB is active to fetch messages from the JMS Queue.

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