I have done a standalone message sender client to websphere and it is working fine. But when i use the same parameters in a destination target in a messaging bridge on weblogic I get the following error
<1377118506218> <BEA-200043> <Bridge "Bridge-0" failed to connect to the target destination.
I have added the following jars to the folder D:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains\base_domain\lib in my machine
Weblogic Destination details :
<name>JMS Bridge Destination-0</name>
<name>JMS Source Destination-1</name>
Can you provide the bridge configuration as well? Hope the target destination is --> "JMS Bridge Destination-0" .
You need to enable the Messaging Bridge debug to find the exact cause of the connection failure. Usually, it might be due to incompatible between the connection factory configuration.
Adapter JNDI you had chose as "eis.jms.WLSConnectionFactoryJNDINoTX" and you both connection factory --> (both weblogic as well as websphere) shouldn't be XA enabled. Did you ensured it?
If all the settings are fine, kindly enable debug ( console --> servers --> debug tab --> MessagingBridge ---> runtime and runtimeverbose)
There can be multiple reason for the Weblogic messaging bridge to fail. You should enable Weblogic Messaging Bridge debug to get more information; select the server ---> debug tab --> expand weblogic --> expand Messaging Bridge ---> enable runtime and runtimeverbose
Mostly the error message would be self-explanatory. If not, paste the complete error.
One quick think is to check whether the ConnectionFactory @ websphere "jms/queueConnectionFactory" is non-xa or not. Probably it is xa enabled and you are trying to bind to non-xa