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Web service implementaion using MDB for MOM

 
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Hi,
I am trying to implement a web service using the MDB. The reason for choosing this approach is because web service is suppose to interact with MOM (Message oriented middleware) .MOM will expose a set of JMS request and response queues to the webservice method (point-to-point). The communication will be asynchronous.

The MDB on the web service side will listen to a request and response queue. The Listener MDB will fetch the soap enveloped message and suing a soap engine it will serialize the request to java object. The service module will execute operation and MDB will write the soap response to the response queue of MOM.

This design is supported in the IBM websphere . Do we have similar kind of design in the weblogic 9.2 .

Thanks,
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