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Have anyone tried SOAP over JMS in Weblogic?

sripriya Ranganathan
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I have a scenario in a my j2ee application such that,another j2ee application is going to call a service provided my application using web service.The application server is web logic.
The ultimate aim is to convert the information(set of parameters) provided
by the calling application in the SOAP message into an object message and place it in a queue.
I want to know which of the following is good option

1.Using an stateless session bean as a handler for SOAP message sent by the calling application.So the session bean will does the job of getting the info from the SOAP and creating JMS message and place it in queue.
It also does the digital signature validation for the SOAP message which will be digitally signed.

2.Sending the SOAP message (text message)directly into the queue.Is it a commonly used solution for this type of scenario?Have any one tried this option.if so..please let me know your opinion.

Which one of the above is a good Solution?sending SOAP message in JMS queue
or sending SOAP message to Session bean?
Please throw some topic on this subject
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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