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How to connect to a remote MQ Queue using Spring MDPs and Weblogic

 
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Hello,

We have an application where we have developed MDPs to listen to JMS Queues (In our case MQ). We are using weblogic server.

We were able to configure test queues on our local development weblogic box . We were able to drop a message and the MDP was invoked and did the required processing. HOWEVER , in real world, our MQ is remote. We are NOT going to use our Weblogic queues. i.e the Listenere will have to point to remote MQ hosted on a different box. What change is required to accomplish this ?

Relevant excerpt of our current jms-context.xml (config) file is as follows :


Any thoughts what changes do I make, of course , apart from changing the server name and port . Any help appreciated.

Thanks,
Milan
 
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