The Store-and-Forward client feature

Since Version 9.2, Weblogic Server has this neat feature called the Store-and-Forward (SAF) client, which enables a JMS remote client to keep messages locally whenever a connection problem occurs with the server. When the connection is re-established, the messages are delivered.

From a developer's viewpoint, this behavior is almost transparent—our code will complete the procedure without any errors, as if the message were actually delivered to its destination queue. This is a great feature to use when network outages are frequent, or even when you only have a specific time window to communicate with the server—instead of dealing with all the batching details from inside your code, you just delegate this responsibility ...

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