Before you begin
A messaging bridge instance communicates with the configured source and target bridge destinations. For each mapping of a source destination to a target destination, whether it is another WebLogic JMS implementation, or a third-party JMS provider, you must configure a messaging bridge instance. Each instance defines the source and target destination for the mapping, a message filtering selector, a quality of service (QOS), transaction semantics, and reconnection parameters.
Note: After you create a messaging bridge instance, you cannot rename it. Instead, you must delete it and create another one that uses the new name.
If the drop-down box is empty or does not contain the source destination you need, click New Destination, create a source destination, and then select the source destination from the drop-down box.
If the drop-down box is empty or does not contain the target destination you need, click New Destination, create a target destination, and then select the target destination from the drop-down box.
After you finish
You may need to manually implement some of the interoperability guidelines that apply when using the messaging bridge to access destinations on different releases of WebLogic Server and in remote WebLogic domains. See Interoperating with Different WebLogic Server Releases or Foreign Providers.