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Service Activator - MDB / stand-alone JMS listeners?

 
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Can i use Service Activator for MDB or Is it support only stand-alone JMS listeners?
I am planning to implement Service Activator for MDB. I have JMS Queue in the application server. JMS Queue receives jms request with xml payload. Once it receives the request, calls MDB in the application server for business processing. Again MDB calls Stateless Session Bean and Entity Bean (Session Facade). Is it right approach ?
 
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Moved to our ejb forum.
 
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am planning to implement Service Activator for MDB. I have JMS Queue in the application server. JMS Queue receives jms request with xml payload. Once it receives the request, calls MDB in the application server for business processing. Again MDB calls Stateless Session Bean and Entity Bean (Session Facade). Is it right approach ?



Yes, you have the advantage of using CMT in this approach that ties jdbc calls (from the ejbs) to message delivery (to the mdbs).

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