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From Tony Schoenbachler <>
Subject RE: Questions about Axis over JMS
Date Thu, 12 Jun 2003 13:31:32 GMT
I've done this with JBossMQ as proof of concept for a project we are
working.  I was not able to use the wsdl2Java tools to generate the stubs.
Instead I wrote my own - actually is was fairly easy.  My JMS listener is a
standalone program as well.  

There is a book by Wrox - Axis Next Generation in Java SOAP - (ISBN
1-861007-15-9) which has an example of a JMSTransport implementation.  Watch
out because the example has one huge bug, the reply queue is not a temporary
queue.  Because of this RPC replies can be returned to the wrong client if
one of the clients waiting for a reply dies before he gets his response.
Simply set up temporary queues for all replies and this problem will be

-----Original Message-----
From: Brain, Jim []
Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2003 11:31 AM
To: AXIS Mailing List (E-mail)
Subject: Questions about Axis over JMS

Details are a bit light on this, from what I can google.

For anyone who has does AXIS/JMS, a few questions:

*	Some of the examples I see on IBM's web site assume you are using
the low level JAX-RPC API and can code the changes to switch from HTTP to
JMS in the client code.  I have generated my client stubs from WSDL with
wsdl2java, so I want to be able to use those same stubs (with some config
parm to switch from HTTP to JMS), or worst case, regen the stubs for JMS,
but no transport specific coding done by me.  Is this possible?
*	On the server side, I get the impression the JMS listener is a
standalone program.  Has anyone managed to get the listener to work as a
Message Driven Bean in J2EE 1.3 or whatever?
*	Anyone doing similar stuff with Websphere and MQSeries (which is
what we are using?)


Jim Brain, <> 
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