Configure a JMS Messaging Bridge Destination

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When using AppToCloud to create an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance, you must configure the location of any Java Message Service (JMS) Messaging Bridge Destinations that were present in your source Oracle WebLogic Server domain.

The WebLogic Messaging Bridge is a forwarding mechanism that provides JMS interoperability between different versions of WebLogic Server, and between WebLogic Server and other messaging products. A messaging bridge forwards messages between a pair of bridge destinations. Each bridge destination connects to a JMS destination through a URL. You can choose from these options:

  • Select a specific server or cluster in an existing Oracle Java Cloud Service instance. Both service instances must be in the same identity domain.

  • Enter the URL of the remote JMS destination. If this is the location of another Oracle Java Cloud Service instance, you must also enable network communication between this service instance and your new one.

To configure a bridge destination:

  1. From the Additional Service Details page of the AppToCloud instance creation wizard, expand JMS Messaging Bridge Destination and select the name of the bridge destination.
  2. Update the configuration for this bridge destination:
    Field Description

    Name

    The name of the bridge destination you selected. This field is read-only.

    JCS Instance

    Choose one of these options:

    • Select another Oracle Java Cloud Service instance to which this domain will connect for this bridge destination.

    • Select User Provided URL.

    JNDI Connection URL

    Enter the URL that this bridge destination will use to connect to the JMS destination.

    This field is only applicable if you choose User Provided URL.

    Cluster

    Select a cluster within the target Oracle Java Cloud Service instance.

    This field is not shown if you choose User Provided URL.

    Server

    Choose one of these options:

    • Select All Servers in Cluster.

    • Select a specific server within the target Oracle Java Cloud Service instance.

    This field is not shown if you choose User Provided URL.

    Protocol

    The default protocol that is used for communication between multiple WebLogic Server domains is t3. If a different protocol is required, enter it here.

    This field is not shown if you choose User Provided URL.

    Username

    Enter the name of a user that is authorized to access the JMS destination at this URL, if one is required.

    Password

    Enter the user’s password, if a username is required.

    Bypass Precheck

    By default, Oracle Java Cloud Service will validate the connection to this URL and continue with the AppToCloud import operation only if it succeeds. Select this check box to skip the validation of this resource.

  3. Click OK to accept your changes. Repeat these steps for each additional bridge destination on this page.

    A check mark icon indicates a resource that you have already configured.

  4. Continue with the creation of this service instance.
For more information on the Messaging Bridge, refer to one of the following topics: