There are step by step instructions on the IBM site: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/library/techarticles/0604_kesavan/0604_kesavan.html
Weird for a company to be paying fro both Websphere and Weblogic though.
I am also looking for the same requirement but link provide in this thread it requires foreign JMS provider,is there any other approach with out any configuration from weblogic server
to achieve this requirement.
You want weblogic to read JMS messages but you don't want to do any configurations inside weblogic?
Even reading messages from just weblogic queues (with no websphere involved) usually requires you to do some configurations.
Why don't you want to do the configuration?
Thx for quick reply,I am looking for my ejb (MDB) project will listen to webshere MQ and I want to deploy this ejb project in weblogic server without any configurations from weblogic server.Is it possible?Can anybody provide information.