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Hi,

When we create a webservice project ffor soap over jms , a jms router is also created along with this. What is the use of that router? Week uses to be placed at some other place which should be the entry point for a request.

 
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From the limited information provided, one could guess that the JMS router looks at the incoming payload and sends it on to a recipient or group of recipients (possibly through pub/sub) based on the content of some part of the payload.
 
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