Wednesday Mar 12, 2014

I am configuring a weblogic messaging bridge. What is a member's JNDIName?

As per oracle documentation:

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E15523_01/web.1111/e13741/bridgefaq.htm#i268720

"Messaging bridge can send to and receive from distributed destinations. Oracle recommends the following configurations:

  •  If the source is distributed destination, the bridge is pinned to one of the members when it connects to the destination. It stays connected only to that member until it reconnects. This means that the bridge will not receive messages from the other members of the distributed destination. Therefore, the best practice is to configure one bridge for each member of a distributed destinations using the member's JNDIName.

  •  If the target is a distributed destination, the best practice is to send to the distributed destination using the distributed destination's JNDIName and disable server affinity.
This allows the distributed destination to load balance incoming messages."

When you configure Uniform Distributed Queue, you can see in weblogic console:

Services > Messaging > JMS Modules > <My JMS Module> > <My Uniform DistributedQueue>  > Configuration > Members > Member Name

You will see here all member's JNDIName for each member of your Uniform Distributed Queue.
e.g.:


MyJMSServerName1@MyDistributedQueueName
MyJMSServerName2@MyDistributedQueueName


Enjoy!
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