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Understanding ServerSessionPool

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What is the difference b/w :
ServerSessionPool, which is used to process msgs concurrently,
having multiple sessions or receivers for a single queue.
Whats the benefit of this ServerSessionPool???
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hi faiza,
the basic diffrence between the sessionpool over queue/topic is provide convinent way to deploy asynchronous listeners to wl server with out have to set up and tear down the JMS infrastructure. for each session pool u create, weblogic allocates a thread and jms session for the message listener u provide. so weblogic handles the jms infrastructure for u, so there's no need to obtain server context, connection's,sessions or any ther jms infrastructere.
before using conside two things.
1.prticipants in a session pool consume messages concurrently so message ordering is not garunted.
2.there is no way to predict which particent in pool will recieve any given message,so session pools only used for "stateless" conversations, in which the identity of messge's recipient doesn't matter.
i hope it solves...
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