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Hi folks,

I am new to JMS concept, When I have web.xml, applicationContext, dev_context.xml how all the three are related can I load all the three in container?

Waiting for you answer?

Thanks,
Vijaya
 
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In the Java world, JMS is understood to mean the Java Message Service; is that what you mean by it? If yes, please clarify what its relationship with the files you mention is (I don't see any direct connection). If no, please elaborate what you actually meant.
 
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I have applicationContext-test.xml like the following



It seems like test_context.xml is injected inside applicationcontext, do not know how.

depends on nthe type of environment dev_context, prod_context different context files are loaded to application context, can you please elaborate more how those two are lonked?
 
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Aha! This is a Spring question. So let's put it in the Spring forum.
 
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