JMS Bridge Destination: Configuration
Configuration Options Related Tasks Related Topics
Use this page to configure a JMS bridge destination for a JMS message provider.
Name Description Name
The name of this JMS bridge destination.
Adapter JNDI Name
The JNDI name of the adapter used to communicate with the specified destination.
This name is specified in the adapter's deployment descriptor file and is used by the WebLogic Server Connector container to bind the adapter in WebLogic Server JNDI.
The CLASSPATH of the bridge destination.
Used mainly to connect to another release of WebLogic Server.
When connecting to a destination that is running on WebLogic Server 6.0 or earlier, the bridge destination must supply a CLASSPATH that indicates the locations of the classes for the earlier WebLogic Server implementation.
When connecting to a third-party JMS product, the bridge destination must supply the product's CLASSPATH in the WebLogic Server CLASSPATH.
The connection URL for this JMS bridge destination.
Initial Context Factory
The initial context factory name for this JMS bridge destination.
Connection Factory JNDI Name
The connection factory's JNDI name for this JMS bridge destination.
Destination JNDI Name
The destination JNDI name for this JMS bridge destination.
The destination type (queue or topic) for this JMS bridge destination.
The optional user name the adapter uses to access the bridge destination.
All operations on the specified destination are done using this user name and the corresponding password. Therefore, the User Name/Password for the source and target destinations must have permission to the access the underlying destinations in order for the messaging bridge to work.
The user password that the adapter uses to access the bridge destination.
As of 8.1 sp4, when you get the value of this attribute, WebLogic Server does the following:
Retrieves the value of the
Decrypts the value and returns the unencrypted password as a String.
When you set the value of this attribute, WebLogic Server does the following:
Encrypts the value.
Sets the value of the
UserPasswordEncryptedattribute to the encrypted value.
Using this attribute (
UserPassword) is a potential security risk because the String object (which contains the unencrypted password) remains in the JVM's memory until garbage collection removes it and the memory is reallocated. Depending on how memory is allocated in the JVM, a significant amount of time could pass before this unencrypted data is removed from memory.
Instead of using this attribute, use