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Hi All,

My requirement is to develop a MDB that is to be deployed on a local weblogic server but needs to be bind with a queue that is on other remote weblogic server(both these servers are not even in cluster).

Can any one please provide me any input on it. Also provide me info on ActivationConfigProperty details.


This is very urgent requirement.
 
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Kumar Gaurav wrote:Hi All,

My requirement is to develop a MDB that is to be deployed on a local weblogic server but needs to be bind with a queue that is on other remote weblogic server(both these servers are not even in cluster).

Can any one please provide me any input on it. Also provide me info on ActivationConfigProperty details.


This is very urgent requirement.



Though, I have not implemented this kind of requirement earlier, I doubt, if your MDB could access a queue outside its scope. I may be wrong here, and would be interested to know it better.

From my understanding, your queues are configured in the container and MDB is managed by that container. So little you can do in that case. The other option which I'm thinking here to use some kind of bridge between two ends and have it pull the message from remote queue and place it in another, so that MDB can access it. I read some where JMS bridge pattern deals with that, though I have not implemented. See if this helps you in any way.
 
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