2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 9, 2009 1:50 PM by Ross Nicholson

    Core Bridges - Forwarding Only?

    Ross Nicholson Apprentice

      With JMS Bridges I could setup a bridge to work in either direction from one server.

      E.g. Server X could have one bridge that retrieved messages from a queue on Server Y and transported them to a queue on Server X and another bridge on Server X that to took messages from a queue on Server X and transported them to a queue on Server Y. Server Y did not have any bridges defined, they were only defined on Server X.

      Do Core Bridges forward only unlike JMS Bridges?

        • 1. Re: Core Bridges - Forwarding Only?
          Tim Fox Master

           

          "rnicholson10" wrote:
          With JMS Bridges I could setup a bridge to work in either direction from one server.

          E.g. Server X could have one bridge that retrieved messages from a queue on Server Y and transported them to a queue on Server X and another bridge on Server X that to took messages from a queue on Server X and transported them to a queue on Server Y. Server Y did not have any bridges defined, they were only defined on Server X.

          Do Core Bridges forward only unlike JMS Bridges?



          JMS Bridges also only forward messages. They take messages from one queue and forward to another address.

          Similarly core bridges forward only.

          Unlike JMS bridges, core bridges need to be deployed on the node where the messages are being consumed from.

          You can still use a JMS bridge if you want. This is discussed in the user manual too. We advise against JMS bridges, since core bridges are faster and easier to configure.

          • 2. Re: Core Bridges - Forwarding Only?
            Ross Nicholson Apprentice

            Nice one.

            Just making sure I'm setting up the new configuration in the correct way.

            Thanks!