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This is really a question about the capabilities of Tomcat.
Open Message Queue supports the standard JMS API necessary to participate in distributed (JTA) transactions (e.g. javax.jms.XAConnection, javax.transaction.xa .XAResource etc). This API is intended for use by resource adapters and application servers rather than directly by the user application.
Some application servers are able to use this API directly, whilst others require the use of a JCA resource adapter.
There are several resource adapters which can be used with Open Message Queue: There's one bundled with MQ though this is really intended for use only with GlassFish. There's also GenericJMSRA which is intended for use with any application server that supports JCA resource adapters.
So you need an application server that either supports the JMS API for distributed transactions directly, or which supports JCA resource adapters. Any JavaEE application server (including GlassFish, of which Open Message Queue is part), will support the latter.