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I have reviewed some of the posts about Tomcat limitations, still want to know can tomcat establish connection to tibco ems? saw posts with suggested configuration to make in context.xml but it ever worked? Please suggest. if there's a way please share the details.



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Welcome to the Ranch, Roger. Tomcat is not a full-stack JEE server. It only provides JSP and servlet functionality along with a few support features like JNDI and database connection pooling.

If you are referring to having Tomcat host a webapp that interacts with Tibco EMS using Java Messaging Services (JMS), therefore, Tomcat itself does not have native JMS capabilities.

However Tomcat also doesn't have native JavaServer Faces, yet it's a popular platform for JSF-based webapps. The key is that instead of relying on Tomcat for these services, one must include a third-party support library as part of the webapp itself. There are several that do JMS. I think Apache James is one of them.
 
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Tim Holloway wrote:I think Apache James is one of them.


Indeed.
 
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Knute Snortum wrote:

Tim Holloway wrote:I think Apache James is one of them.


Indeed.



Thanks for answering and suggesting workarounds. I do noticed quite a few tried to integrate tomcat with tibco but didn't see any one succeeded. what about tomcat with activemq ?
 
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Tomcat knows nothing about the messaging services. Basically, the rule is, if you can run the client as a stand-alone Java application, you usually can integrate it into a WAR that Tomcat can run.

ActiveMQ I think works. Also RabbitMQ in tomcat webapps have been used, I believe for some of the enterprise infrastructure systems. Stuff like Docker and Openstack, for example, although offhand I can't recall if either of those two platforms specifically uses Tomcat.
 
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