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Oracle SOA Suite Performance Tuning Cookbook by Matt Brasier, Nicholas Wright

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Using distributed JMS destinations in a cluster

A distributed JMS destination is a JMS queue or topic where the messages are spread across multiple servers in a cluster. They are used to have multiple JMS destinations across different servers that share a JNDI name.

Getting ready

You will need administrative access to the WebLogic domain that hosts your SOA Suite applications, and will need to have created a cluster already. If you already have a JMS queue using the JNDI name in your domain, you should delete this before creating the distributed destination.

How it works…

A distributed JMS queue allows you to have JMS queues with the same name on each node in a cluster. This allows the load to be distributed across multiple servers, with each server ...

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