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From Adrian Co <...@exist.com>
Subject Re: AMQ-1060
Date Tue, 21 Nov 2006 16:47:40 GMT
Hi,

Sorry, but I don't have Websphere installed. You could just as well post 
any code you created, so maybe someone who have done Websphere 5.1 can 
scan through it and maybe see something. :)

Muzza wrote:
> Hi Adrian,
>
> I've replied to your questions below :
>
> Are you seeing any exceptions?
> No, none at all, I've traced Websphere and debugged ActiveMQ but no
> Exceptions are shown.
>
> Maybe you can turn on the debug logging, as I don't really see much to 
> go on. :(
>
> Will try again and send the log.
>
> You could also try providing your configuration files, both for the RA 
> and the broker. I haven't done Websphere integration, so I'm also not 
> sure where to start.
>
> Ok, this is where I need clarifiication :
>
> We're using Websphere 5.1, which is J2EE 1.3, so I'm not using the RA.
>
> I install AMQ standalone and then set up a Generic JMS Provider within
> Websphere, which basically gets my JNDI lookups out to the AMQ queues, using
> the dynamicQueues functionality.
>
> Websphere then has a MessageListenerService which links your MDB to the AMQ
> queue.
>
> Finally deploy a simple Hello World mdb.
>
> If you have Websphere 5.1 then I can send you configuration instructions and
> the Simple MDB to deploy.
>
> My AMQ Config is out of the box, but with no Discovery and hence no network
> connectors, (but it doesn't work with the default out of the box either)
>
> Thanks,
> Steve.
>
>
>
>
>   


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