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From "James Strachan" <james.strac...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Adding the JNDI.properties file to an enterprise application
Date Wed, 01 Oct 2008 11:29:14 GMT
You should probably use WebSphere's configuration mechanism for its
JNDI provider; you'll also need to use the Resource Adapter for
WebSphere to be able to use MDBs with ActiveMQ

see
http://activemq.apache.org/j2ee.html

2008/10/1 rmh1 <robhinds@gmail.com>:
>
> Hi All,
>
> I am trying to create a simple application (as an .ear) - the application
> has a MDB that listens to a queue, when a message comes in, it looks in a
> response folder and writes a message to a response queue.
>
>
> I am deploying on Websphere App Server, and have set up the ActiveMQ config
> linking the queues with WAS. I write a message to my input queue, i can see
> from teh logs that it is picked up by the MDB, identified and a response
> message is found and it then tries to write the message to the response
> queue but it fails.
>
> I know the queue and its config is working fine as i can use the same queue
> for other apps - so my thought is, although i have added my JNDI properties
> to WAS (hence the inbound queue/listener operations work) do I also need to
> add my jndi.properties to my .EAR file also?
>
>
> If this is the case, how can I do this? I have read that sometimes it is
> possible to make a .jar of the file and include that... is it possible to
> create a .jar from just a properties file?
>
> Thanks!
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