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MQSeries vs. Weblogic JMS  RSS feed

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I just joined a team using Weblogic as their app server. They are currently using weblogic's built-in support for JMS and are contemplating moving over to MQSeries (staying with Weblogic6.1 as the app server). Since this is my first time working with either one, it would be a great help to know the pros and cons of such a move.
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hi Rajat,
the main difference with MQ and Weblogic Built-in messaging Server is that
MQ supports other clinets like VB, C, C++ etc and you can have listeners or message producers in any of the supported programming languages.
where as with weblogic its compliant with the J2EE spec and supports only the Java platform.
hope this helps.
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