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From Brian De Pradine <>
Subject Re: WS Addressing :: http requests response (ReplyTo) on JMS protocol
Date Wed, 11 Oct 2006 13:02:31 GMT
Hello Vaibhav,

I don't think that there is any documentation covering this scenario at 
the moment, but feel free to contribute some when you finally get it 
working :-)

I would expect the scenario to work, using axis2 1.1, even though I am not 
sure how you would go about setting up the JMS resources that you would 
need. (however, I believe that you will find some information on that here 

As far as addressing is concerned, you should set up your client exactly 
as you did for your HTTP - HTTP scenario, except this time the address of 
your ReplyTo EPR should be a URI of the form "jms:....".



Brian DePradine
Web Services Development
IBM Hursley
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find the time to do it again?

"Vaibhav Pandey" <> wrote on 11/10/2006 06:31:10:

> Hi All,
> I am working on a scenario were my nonBlockingDualClient sends a http
> request to a WS and the response should go to a JMS listener listening 
on a
> different port..... in short i want the response to go via JMS into the
> queue on which my listener is listening so that i can do some processing 
> it as and when it arrives at MDB's OnMessage().
> I have already implemented an HTTP to HTTP scenario and m in need of 
> guidance in this HTTP-JMS scenario on the configurations required in my
> client to forward the request on JMS.....
> Any help is highly appreciated !!
> Regards,
> Vaibhav
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