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Pat Short
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Hi,

I'm looking for some guidance on how to cache JMS connections & sessions in my applications. The app does a JNDI lookup for the queueConnectionFactory & then goes and creates a connection & session for each JMS send. This is causing some performance implications & I was wondering how I would go about caching the connections & sessions so that they would not have to be created everytime.

I'm using WebSphere JMS resources for creating my queueConnectionFactory & queue. On the queueConnectionFactory I am able to define a pool of connections & sessions however, I presume that caching these connections & sessions in my app will improve performance. Is this correct?

Unfortunately using Spring is not an option for my current situation.

Thanks,
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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