JMS Message Encryption in Weblogic Server

Posted on 2009-02-24
Last Modified: 2013-12-10
Hi all,

is there a way to configure Weblogic Server 10.3 (or OSB 3.0) so that JMS messages sent over built in JMS are automatically encrypted and decrypted on the message endpoints?

Cheers, Chris
Question by:CJ715
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    Message encryption is not a part of JMS specification and is totally left to the provider.

    But you could try t3s which might have the encryption from client-server.
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    So in case of OSB 3.0, I believe you would have to choose a connection factory in order to setup the JMS proxy and JMS biz service.

    In this case, you could setup a t3s connection factory and point to that.
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    You could refer to the following link for step by step process in OSB 3.0

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