Monday, June 26, 2000 07:05 AM
In the answer to the question:
"Does the JMS specification require compatibility between JMS implementations, or will all parties involved have to use the same vendor?",
the fact that transport-level compatibility is not ensured is mentioned. Does that mean that it is definitely not possible to mix and match different implementations of JMS? Here's an example:
Application 1 uses Weblogic's JMS. It wishes to connect to application 2, a JMS application backed by MQSeries. So, can app1 connect directly to one of app2's queues? What are the implications?