Re: SwiftMQ router and remote JMS client appliations
Tuesday, April 2, 2002 09:54 PM
What you ask for is possible. You can have only a client on your machine that connects to remote server(read SwiftMQ router).
How to do this:
- when you connect to a server you specify the Provider URL where you put the address(IP or hostname) or your remote server. More on how to program this is in the docs and samples.
On the remote side you only have to have a JMS listener configured and a queue/topic connection factory in JNDI(part of server).
On number 3: The whole beauty of using JMS is that you can change underlaying servers(that support JMS) and not make any changes to your code(if you use property files to specify the url to connect to, which class to use for context factory, ...). I have an application that was written using SwiftMQ, but then I needed to use MQSeries(WebSphere MQ now) too, so all I had to do was some configuration changes and things worked like a charm. :))
I hope this helps you with your problem.