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JMS and BEA MessageQ

 
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Hello Folks,
I am currently researching on JMS and its support in BEA MessageQ. Can you provide me some key links that you know of.
Regards
Prasad
 
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Hi Prasad
For Tutorial, go to
http://java.sun.com/products/jms/tutorial/
For API
http://java.sun.com/products/jms/javadoc-102a/index.html
Rashid
 
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Hi Prasad,
Yes, you can use the queue, created from Weblogic Server. As I have written a pure MQ client sending it to queue, but I was using MQManager. But your JMS Client can also use the Queue defined from Weblogic Server console. In the client program you have to perform the JNDI lookup for the queue you created from the console.
Please let me know, if you succeed.
Good Luck
Rashid
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Rashid,
More specifically, I am writing some jms clients which will send and receive
messages from the queues created by the JMS provider. Can the BEA MessageQ
(Not the BEA J2Ee server) be used as a JMS provider in this case?
If you know the answer, please answer.
Regards
Prasad
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Any luck on getting Java to work with BMQ?
I too am trying to write a Java program to
process BMQ messages. Any assistance (and sample code) would be greatly appreciated.
It sounds like Weblogic message queues can "talk"
to BEA's MessageQ. True?
 
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Hi,

any success with sending messages to bmq using java?
i also have an urgent need to use this functionality.
would really appreciate your feedback..!

rgds,
kc.
 
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