Problem with JMS provider
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Posted By:   Harshinie_Dayaratne
Posted On:   Tuesday, November 11, 2003 07:36 PM

currently i have developed a web service which runs on tomacat axis. that is working ok. now i want develop an application which communicates with this service via jms. i have tested with default j2ee verbose server. but the problem is that is it good to use this server for production application. if so is there a way where i can converte this server to run as a nt service. my other problem is if i use jboss integrated with tomcat as the jms provider how will i run exsisting web service. i heard that jboss and tomcat run on port 8080. therefore if i install tomat with jboss how would i over come these problems. do i need to to delete exsisting tomcat installation. the will be able configure axis to jboss tomcat    More>>

currently i have developed a web service which runs on tomacat axis.
that is working ok. now i want develop an application which communicates with this service via jms.


i have tested with default j2ee verbose server. but the problem is that is it good to use this server for production application. if so is there a way where i can converte this server to run as a nt service.


my other problem is if i use jboss integrated with tomcat as the jms provider how will i run exsisting web service. i heard that jboss and tomcat run on port 8080. therefore if i install tomat with jboss how would i over come these problems. do i need to to delete exsisting tomcat installation. the will be able configure axis to jboss tomcat



please help me
thanks in advance .

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