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SOAP Over JMS

 
Mahesh Trikannad
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Hi All,

We are thinking of doing SOAP over JMS ( rather than SOAP Over HTTPS ), since JMS will provide reliablity .

The two systems that will talk SOAP , will both use weblogic, so we will probably use weblogic queues

How does one go about implementing SOAP over JMS, with weblogic 8.1
Has anybody had any experience. Or has anyone had experience using Open Source tools to do the same ( Axis , etc ).

Appreciate your response soon

Regards

Mahesh Trikannad
 
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My SOAP book (probably out of print by now) had a whole chapter on SOAP using messages. Fortunately, that is that chapter that the publisher let me make available right here!
You can use just about any toolkit if you dig in and separate the transport mechanism from the interpretation mechanism.
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Mahesh Trikannad
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Thanks William for the reply.

Do you know if Weblogic 8.1 supports SOAP Over JMS using weblogic queues.

I have seen lots of articles on Axis implementation, but none on weblogic.

Appreciate your reply

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Mahesh
 
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A JAX-RPC provider is a vendor implementation of the JAX-RPC API. For example, BEA WebLogic is a JAX-RPC provider. All J2EE 1.4 application servers are JAX-RPC providers, because they all provide their own implementations of the JAX-RPC API.
 
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