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JMS

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Just to see if I have this correct.

I have a sessionbean that sends a message to a message driven bean. But the sessionbean is not implementing messagelistener. So does that mean I have a send and pray situation? SInce the sessionbean (stateless) will never know if the message arrives? Or am I missing something? BTW everything works fine the message arrives but will I always be sure that the message will arrive?

Christiaan Baes
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RE: JMS

Its been a while since I did any JMS, but if I remember rightly, its all asynronous - so if the client needs notification of success, then you need to add a listener.

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RE: JMS

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Thanks, more like communication of failure we always hope for success.

Christiaan Baes
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