Helidon Messaging with WebLogic JMS by Daniel Kec

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WebLogic JMS is a widely used messaging system for solutions running on Oracle WebLogic Server. But what if you want to access it from a different platform? It’s actually pretty easy with Helidon’s JMS connector for reactive messaging.

In this article, we’ll walk through a comprehensive working example with dockerized Weblogic. The sample files are located in the Helidon Weblogic JMS demo project. To run WebLogic with sample queues as a local docker container, follow the project’s README.md.

To connect to the WebLogic JMS server we will need the WebLogic thin T3 client (wlthint3client.jar), which is not available in the Maven central repository. The easiest way to obtain it is by cannibalizing our local WebLogic Server installation located inWLS_HOME\server\lib directory. Read the complete article here.

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