1. Does anybody know if a Java Application running in an explicitly kicked-off Thread will accept a JMS Client string?
2. If so, are there any limitations on the message received by the client or the subsequent acknowledgements?
3. Does it make any difference to the Java Application running in a thread, if the JMS Client, Connection and Session are declared in the Threaded code or should the Connection be declared outside of the Thread with only the Session declared in the Thread?
4. Is the receipt of the JMS message considered an "atomic" opertion in a Java Threaded environment?