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WebLogic Server Configuration Reference
This class represents a JMS connection factory that resides on another server, and is accessed via JNDI. A remote connection factory can be used to refer to another instance of WebLogic JMS running in a different cluster or server, or a foreign JMS provider, as long as that provider supports JNDI. This MBean will always be a sub-element of the ForeignJMSServerMBean.
Syntax <ForeignJMSConnectionFactory LocalJNDIName=" String" Name=" String" Notes=" String" PasswordEncrypted="[B" RemoteJNDIName=" String" Username=" String" />
Table 16-1 ForeignJMSConnectionFactory attributes
Range of Values and Default
The name that the remote object will be bound to in the local server's JNDI tree. This is the name that should be used to look up the object on the local server.
Admin Console field label: Local JNDI Name
The name of this configuration. WebLogic Server uses an MBean to implement and persist the configuration.
Admin Console field label: Name
Optional information that you can include to describe this configuration.
Admin Console field label: Notes
The encrypted password that will be used in conjunction with the user name specified in the "Username" attribute.
The name of the remote object that will be looked up in the remote JNDI directory.
Admin Console field label: Remote JNDI Name
The user name that will be passed when opening a connection to the remote JMS server represented by this connection factory. If not set, then no user name will be used.
Admin Console field label: User Name