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Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Advanced Administration Cookbook by Dalton Iwazaki

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Relying on SAF to transfer JMS messages to another WebLogic domain

Store-and-Forward (SAF) is another mechanism WebLogic provides to transfer messages from one source to a target destination.

The WebLogic messaging bridge and the SAF work in a similar way although the SAF is recommended over the messaging bridge when used to transfer messages between domains with WebLogic Version 9.0 or later. JMS SAF also simplifies the configuration since there is no need to configure a local JMS queue destination as the SAF creates a local representation of the remote queue.

In this recipe, a SAF agent will be created to forward the JMS messages to a hypothetic distributed queue with a JNDI name jms.remotequeue, hosted by a separate WebLogic domain REMOTE_DOMAIN ...

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