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Qusetion on Persistence of JMS Messages in Weblogic 5.1
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Posted By:   Srijeeb_Roy
Posted On:   Tuesday, January 22, 2002 05:19 PM

Hi All, We have the following scenario in our project.The Weblogic Server 5.1 is running on 4 different m/c. And the same code is deployed in all those 4 different Weblogic Server. All the servers are connected to same database. Now we are using JMS and planning to use persistence in JMS. So if we create the JMS Tables (5 tables provided by BEA for JMS persistence) in Database and all the 4 different m/c s JMS queue access the same table , will there be any conflict/error? If the message stored by one server is retreived by another server then that it will be not a problem for us. Except this scenario will there be any problem? ( The jms queue is present in each and every m/c(but points to same DB tables)) And does    More>>

Hi All,


We have the following scenario in our project.The Weblogic Server 5.1 is running on 4 different m/c. And the same code is deployed in all those 4 different Weblogic Server. All the servers are connected to same database. Now we are using JMS and planning to use persistence in JMS. So if we create the JMS Tables (5 tables provided by BEA for JMS persistence) in Database and all the 4 different m/c s JMS queue access the same table , will there be any conflict/error? If the message stored by one server is retreived by another server then that it will be not a problem for us. Except this scenario will there be any problem?
( The jms queue is present in each and every m/c(but points to same DB tables))


And does Weblogic 5.1 supports persistence in file system? If it supports then how to implement it?


Waiting for your reply.


Thanks


Srijeeb.

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