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Protocol conversion from SOAP/JMS to SOAP/HTTP using WebSphere Application Server 6.0  RSS feed

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I am configuring an ESB using IBM's WebSphere Application Server 6.0. In my case, service providers provide implementation for SOAP/HTTP binding only (No implementation for SOAP/JMS). I have a requirement to expose the services using SOAP/JMS binding.

In WAS 6.0, a service implementation for the JMS binding (and the router MDB) is required to configure the JMS Queue Connection Factory and Activation Spec (all the tutorials from IBM says so). Is there any way of configuring an inbound service in Service Integration Bus (SIB) with out Service Provider providing an implementation for SOAP/JMS?

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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