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Multiple clients to JMS queue

Hi,

I have created a JMSQueue in Visual administrator and able to send /receive messages thru JMS send/recr adapter but need clarification on the below requirement.

1) How Can I connect JMSQueue in Visual administrator from external systems without using JMS adapter i.e from another WAS JMS queue/other JMS server which is installed on different machine.

2)How can i connect JMS queue from different clients? Is it possible to post the message into one queue from different clients.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Srinivas

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    Posted on Jul 10, 2007 at 07:12 AM

    1) How Can I connect JMSQueue in Visual administrator from external systems without using JMS adapter i.e from another WAS JMS queue/other JMS server which is installed on different machine.

    You can not connect from one queue to other queue. You will need to have a client program i.e. JMS client program written in Java to do this. This client prog can run on different machine and connect to the queues on your WebAS.

    2)How can i connect JMS queue from different clients? Is it possible to post the message into one queue from different clients.

    Nothing prevents this. You can send message to a Queue from different client programs, the queue implementation has to ensure that those messages are available in a FIFO basis for the consumers.

    Note that if your requirement is just posting a message from multiple clients, it is possible with queues. if your requirement is a single message to be read by multiple clients , then you have to use topics.

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