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Configuring webMethods Client-Side Clustering for JMS
 
Application Server and webMethods Client-Side Clustering for JMS
Message Logging
Enabling Load Balancing and Failover in Your JMS Applications
*To use the webMethods client-side clustering for JMS feature
1. Identify Broker Servers that will be a part of the cluster.
2. Create webMethods Broker cluster. For more information about using the My webMethods user interface, see Administering webMethods Broker .
3. Configure the cluster connection factory as follows:
a. Associate the Broker cluster with a JMS connection factory. For more information about using the My webMethods user interface, see Administering webMethods Broker . For more information about configuring a cluster connection factory using the JMSAdmin command-line tool, see the bind connection factory and modify connection factory commands in the JMSAdmin Command Reference.
b. Associate the JMS connection factory with a load balancing policy. For more information about using the My webMethods user interface, see Administering webMethods Broker .
Important:
When you create a cluster connection factory using the webMethods APIs for JMS clients, the webMethods API for JMS does not validate if the specified Brokers belong to the same cluster. Make sure you specify the correct Brokers while creating a cluster connection factory.
4. You can build a Broker cluster connection factory for use with load balancing using any of the following:
*The My webMethods user interface
For information, see Administering webMethods Broker .
*Application code using the webMethods API for JMS
For information about the webMethods API for JMS, see the webMethods Broker API for JMS Reference available on the Software AG Documentation website at http://documentation.softwareag.com.
*The JMSAdmin command-line tool
For information, see The JMSAdmin Command-Line Tool.
Note:
You can use the JMSAdmin command-line tool to only create the connection factories. Use My webMethods user interface or webMethods API for JMS to create clusters.