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JMS Messages Sent From OCECAS Application Are Getting Generated in Prod_Domain, But They Are Not Sent To Remote_Domain, But Sent To a JMS Temporary Queue (Doc ID 2672258.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 15, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle WebLogic Server - Version to [Release 12c]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The OCECAS application is a product  based on Weblogic.

The JMS is a basic SAF configuration.

Store-and-Forward (SAF) is another mechanism WebLogic provides to transfer messages from one source to a target destination.

The WebLogic messaging bridge and the SAF work in a similar way although the SAF is recommended over the messaging bridge when used to transfer messages between domains with WebLogic Versions.


There are two domains : the  Remote_Domain  and Prod_Domain

The OCECAS application generates JMS messages (EDRS) in the Prod_Domain, but they are not sent to the Remote_Domain.

Once the JMS messages reach the Remote_Domain from Prod_Domain, they are written to a JMS temporary queue.


 There have been noticed RJVM stuck threads.



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