If you plan to use the XA-version of the connector you must manage your XA enrollment yourself, which is hairy and probably not allowed in an EJB.
If you want JMS to be part of the transactional context you MUST use the JMS ra, documented in the manual.
What is the JNDI name for the RA ?
Ok, thanks. I have found the JNDI name for the RA. It was "ConnectionFactory"
Thanks a lot.
I use JMS to alert clients when a modification occurs on an Entity Bean. It's better than my old technique which was the use of an UDP socket.