JMS connection pooling

I’ve mentioned one of my colleague Paul Titheridge’s articles before (on JMS Application Server Facilities) and he’s just started a new related series which is well worth taking a look at. This time Paul has turned his attention to the myriad of connection pool properties provided by WebSphere Application Server and what they mean when using WebSphere MQ as the JMS provider. As before, Paul has provided some thoroughly worked examples to help explain the implications of changing different values.

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