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Oracle SOA Suite 11g Developer's Cookbook by Matt Wright, Antony Reynolds

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Creating an OSB business service to publish JMS messages to OC4J

This recipe provides an example of how to use OSB to publish a message to a remote JMS queue on OC4J via a JMS message bridge. The JMS message bridge will forward messages from a local JMS queue to the remote OC4J queue. An advantage of using a JMS message bridge is that it keeps your OSB configuration clean and simple, and all of the gory details for connecting to the remote JMS location are configured and managed by the WebLogic server. Also, the same bridge could be used by multiple JMS clients should this be required.

Getting ready

You will need to adjust your OSB domain's classpath, as we detailed in the Creating an OSB proxy service to consume JMS messages from OC4J recipe given ...

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