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JMS in weblogic cluster

 
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Hi,
Please correct me if I am wrong..
I have 4 nodes in a clustered environment and deployed a message producer and consumer.
1) Since this is clustered the same producer and consumer exist in all servers right?
2) So when a producer produce a message, the same consumer which is replicated in all servers receives the message right?.
3) How does this go for publish/subscribe(multiple senders and multiple recievers) and point to point(multiple sender and one receiver) in Weblogic cluster?.
Any help deeply appreciated..
Thanks in advance,
Ranjith
 
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Originally posted by Ranjith Pillai:
1) Since this is clustered the same producer and consumer exist in all servers right?


Yes, assuming the same code is deployed on each node in the cluster.

Originally posted by Ranjith Pillai:
[QB]2) So when a producer produce a message, the same consumer which is replicated in all servers receives the message right?.
]3) How does this go for publish/subscribe(multiple senders and multiple recievers) and point to point(multiple sender and one receiver) in Weblogic cluster?.[QB]


I am not sure I understand question 2. What do you mean by same consumer? Regardless, I really need more information to properly answer your questions.
What version of WebLogic are you using?
How is JMS configured in your cluster?
Are you using Distributed Destinations?
 
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