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Send JMS Messages from one weblogic server to other

 
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Hi,

I'm using weblogic 10.1.3. I'm trying to send JMS messages from one server to other server. The JMS sender server is deployed on 64-bit. And receiver is deployed on 32 bit.

I've tried sending the messages by changing the destination url to point other server however, while sending the message application throws JMSException : Connection not found.
This exception occurs when your trying to fetch the QueueSession.

Can you please guide me what is the ideal configuration to send JMS messages from one server to other?

I've tried to send the messages to other server from standalone program to that particular MDB and it worked fine.

The code is as follows,


 
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Its quite possible the connection does not exist.

1. Does the JNDI factory contain the queue connection factory object bound to the key of your choice ?
2. Did you associate the connection factory with the server ?
3. Look up the JNDI tree to confirm #1
 
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Hi,

Everything is in place. The issue is now resolved.

I have deployed the sender application with new Domain having different name as of the receiver app.
Also, i gave different name to JMS Server and deployment. It has resolved this issue.
 
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Bhagyesh Bhatewara wrote:Hi,

Everything is in place. The issue is now resolved.

I have deployed the sender application with new Domain having different name as of the receiver app.
Also, i gave different name to JMS Server and deployment. It has resolved this issue.



Well that is weird. A name change solved the problem ? For the sake of others that may stumble upon this thread, can you share the old and new names with us ?
 
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