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  1. JMS in a non-clustered multinode environment


    Hi,
    Is there anyway to make a single JMS topic work across multiple managed servers
    in a non-clustered domain (to be more precise, this domain can be created with
    the WLS 7.0 domain wizard by picking the choice "admin server with Managed servers"
    in the "choose server type screen")? Can't find any doc on it.

    Any info will be appreciated.

    John

  2. Re: JMS in a non-clustered multinode environment

    Distributed topics are available only within
    a cluster - that is why there is no doc on it.

    That said, it is possible to write your own custom code
    to logically join multiple topics into a single topic.

    For more information on clustering, and for info
    on writing your own distributed topic, see
    the "JMS Performance Guide" white-paper on
    dev2dev.bea.com.

    http://dev2dev.bea.com/technologies/jms/index.jsp

    Tom

    John Lee wrote:

    > Hi,
    > Is there anyway to make a single JMS topic work across multiple managed servers
    > in a non-clustered domain (to be more precise, this domain can be created with
    > the WLS 7.0 domain wizard by picking the choice "admin server with Managed servers"
    > in the "choose server type screen")? Can't find any doc on it.
    >
    > Any info will be appreciated.
    >
    > John



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