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Bill Pearce
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Hi all,
I am new to JMS and have a simple question (but can't find the answer). Can a non-j2ee server act as a JMS client? For instance, if I have several web applications running on multiple Tomcat servers, can they all act as JMS clients if there is a J2EE compliant JMS server handling the messages?
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Bill
 
Kyle Brown
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Yes. JMS clients can be applets, applications, web containers (e.g. tomcat), or EJB containers...
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