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Can i write MDB which can listen to JMS messages on Queues for MQ series
Or is it the MDB can listen to messages from
Queue/Topic from only J2EE servers.
According this isn't true but
i just want to confirm.
Even link for samples should suffice.
Also how can i do this in webpshere
Thanks
Vaibahv
 
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Originally posted by Vaibhav B:
Can i write MDB which can listen to JMS messages on Queues for MQ series


Yes, you can!
Redbook: SG24-6176-00
The JMS listener and message bean technology provided with WebSphere Application Server V4.0, Enterprise Extensions enables seamless integration of component and messaging technologies. This technology simplifies the problems of integrating inbound messages and EJB operations by providing automatic message handling and subsequent processing with high integrity.
Note: The JMS listener and message beans provide Message Driven Bean-like functionality. However, support for Message Driven Beans as defined in EJB2.0 is not provided.
 
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