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WebLogic 8.1 Access to IBM MQ- MQ Queue Manager-CMT

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Hi All
We have a Situation we badly need to use only CMT in the receiving end (Message Driven Bean)because of EIS Tier and Legacy Systems Limitation.
Here our Scenerio our WebLogic 8.1 App Server in one Physical Machine,
IBM MQ-Queue Manager is sitting in another Physical Machine.
The reason behind putting IBM MQ and Application Server in different Machine is if Queue Manager goes down that don't want our Application Server get restarted.
We have Mission Critical Transaction(XA Transactions) Application is running(WebLogic 8.1) and the transaction has been forwarded to IBM MQ-Queue Manager and Messages regarding the transactions are forwarded to Message Driven Bean in other end
Due to constraints such as 2 Physical Boxes(One where AppServer other where Queue Manager and Queues)limitation we have to use BMT as per WebLogic

But other receiving end is MDB listening to MQ only will accept CMT

so if any body have any idea , already you have faced this problem have any solutions
please give your suggestions and solutions

Thanks in Advance
with regards
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