I am a newbie to the concept of JMS. I am required to write a client to a SOAP/JMS web service running on a remote party's Tibco EMS server. How do I do it? Based on my basic understanding, the following are my options. Can you please comment?
If remote party has a naming service accessible via JNDI, I can simply lookup the Queue Connection Factory and then create connection from the factory and so on. Is this understanding correct? Do I need Tibco's client jar in my classpath?
If remote party has no JNDI, how do I do it? Do I need to locally have JNDI in place (I think JBoss includes it) and then somehow wire it to remote JMS server. If this is possible, can somebody please explain to me the details on how to do it in JBoss? Do I need Tibco's client jar in my classpath?
Thanks in advance,
If the remote JMS server is from Tibco, and you want to connect to it. Option 1 is the normal way, and you need Tibco's client jar.
As for Option 2, you have to consult Tibco's document for how to do it.
By the way, this forum is for JBoss Messaging questions. For other products, you may not get much help here.