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Your post is a little confusing as I'm not sure what you mean by the term "queue". If you want to call a WTC based EJB in WLS, then what you have on the Tuxedo side looks OK. On the WLS side you will need to create a WTC server instance, add the appropriate local domain and remote domain, and then add an export. Both the Tuxedo and WLS documentation describes how to do this.
If by queue you mean a Tuxedo /Q and/or JMS queue, then you need to configure the WTC tBridge. The tBridge provides a JMS bridge that can:
1) Take entries off of a JMS queue and call a Tuxedo service and place the reply on another JMS queue
2) Take entries off of a JMS and place them on a Tuxedo /Q queue
3) Take entries off of a Tuxedo /Q queue and place them on a JMS queue
If you can provide a little more information or details, I can give you a more definitive answer.
Oracle Tuxedo Chief Architect