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How to determine which is a XA resource

 
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Hi,

I operate on two resources, a database and a jms queue. How to find which of these resources is XA resource.

or, Is a JMS always a XA reource...?

In case of JDBC, I found from environment variables if its XA or not.

How to determine if my Queue is a XA resource or not.
 
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Any suggestions
 
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For JMS, if you use SIBus/Websphere MQ, its always going to be XA. For JDBC, it depends on your driver type whether it is XA Datasource or PooledDatasource.
 
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