Foreign Connection Factories
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A foreign connection factory represents a connection factory that resides on another server, and which is accessible via JNDI. A remote connection factory can be used to refer to another instance of WebLogic Server running in a different cluster or server, or a foreign provider, as long as that provider supports JNDI.
This page summarizes the foreign connection factories that have been created for this domain.
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Name Description Name
The name of this entity, represented in XML as an attribute.
Many of the elements within the JMS module are named entities. All of the named entities encased by a type in the XML file must be unique. This is the identifier used to delineate a particular entity within the JMS module.
This attribute cannot be modified externally from the module (for example, with a deployment plan) because it may be used inside the module referentially.
MBean Attribute (Does not apply to application modules):
Local JNDI Name
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.
Remote JNDI Name
The name of the remote object that will be looked up in the remote JNDI directory.