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Callback destination on mediation module for JMS Binding

 
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Dear all
I implement a mediation module using JMS binding according to the article from IBM.
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/techjournal/0603_tost/0603_tost.html



According to the picture in the article and JMS concept.

It should only configure four queue for request & reply.

But in the mediation , it should configure addiational queues(Callback Destination) if the JMS Model is request & reply.



I try to find why the additional queues should be configured , but I only find the information that it is for reply data.

If the mediation module didn't need to reply data. The callback destination can be ignored.

But I can't understand the using of these additional queue(callback destination).

Can someone tell me the intention of callback destination in the mediation?

Thanks~
 
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