How to use Oracle AQ with Message-Driven Beans in Weblogic

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This post shows how to use Oracle AQ as an underlying JMS implementation with MDBs in Weblogic. MDB's can be very useful when you want to integrate your database logic with your Java application. Normally JEE application invokes the code inside the database. But in some cases you want the DB to initiate the asynchronous call and have your Java application do the actual processing. This is also very useful when you want to integrate JEE code with the Oracle Forms application.
The post has been based on the following OTN documentation:

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E14571_01/web.1111/e13738/aq_jms.htm#CJACBCEJ

Detailed instruction is here:

How to connect MDB to Oracle AQ.pdf


You can also download a sample JDeveloper application here:

MDB_AQApplication.zip


Please feel free to ask questions and put comments.

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Comments:

Hi,
I want my MDB to listen to Oracle AQ.
I've created Foreign Server in Weblogic and created MDB as mentioned in the above doc and following the below link.
https://blogs.oracle.com/soaproactive/entry/jms_step_6_how_to

It is perfectly working but my requirement is not to use SOA suite. JMS adapter is available in Weblogic server deployments only if we install SOA suite.
Can the same be done without SOA suite/JMS adapter. (Requirement is to continuously listen to AQ in Oracle DB and get messages asynchronously )

Posted by sandeep on October 11, 2013 at 07:27 AM CEST #

Hi Edwin,
I want my MDB to listen to Oracle AQ.
I've created Foreign Server in Weblogic and created MDB as mentioned in the above pdf and following the below link.
blogs.oracle.com/soaproactive/entry/jms_step_6_how_to

It is perfectly working but my requirement is not to use SOA suite. JMS adapter is available in Weblogic server deployments only if we install SOA suite.
Can the same be done without SOA suite/JMS adapter. (Requirement is to continuously listen to AQ in Oracle DB and get messages asynchronously )

Posted by sandeep on October 11, 2013 at 07:29 AM CEST #

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