[jboss-user] [Messaging, JMS & JBossMQ] - Re: SonicMQ and JBossMQ on one AppServer
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Sat Oct 21 09:31:58 EDT 2006
Thanks for your reply.
anonymous wrote :
| As a work around, you might be able to bind local JNDI instances of QueueConnection/etc. that delegate to the remote JNDI objects.
This is a route I would rather not go as it would require to disable most of the existing security features.
anonymous wrote : Or simply edit the source for JmsServerSession to call either createQueueSession or createTopicSession depending on the type of connection. This might be patch-worthy if it allows JBoss to use old JMS 1.0 providers.
I could deliver such a patch. The problem I see is that there might more JMS1.1-ism lurking in the code. What would be my best option to find those?
Is it sufficient if I can build everything under org.jboss.resource.adapter.jms.* against javax.jms.* version 1.0.2? Or are there other suspicious packages?
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