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Does Weblogic Application Server has Built In JMS Server

 
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hi
I have one doubt, does weblogic server has built in JMS Server or we require a separate JMS Server( like Websphere MQ etc.) while working on messagiing application.
 
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Hello,
Weblogic has it support for JMS. Which version your speaking about. Sure it is from version 6.1
 
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hi
I know weblogic supports JMS API from version6.1 onward. Actually I do not have idea whether weblogic server can do all the thing that a messaging server like IBM Websphere MQ( formerly MQ Series) can do.
I mean if one is creating a messaging application for that weblogic will act that as application server and messaging server or we need a separate messaging server for it.
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Starting with J2EE 1.3, all full-fledged J2EE Application Server were required to have built-in JMS Providers. WebLogic actually has a very good JMS Provider (with clustering and failover support) so you can definitely write a JMS Application to run on WLS.
 
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thanx shankar and chris for clarification.
 
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