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From ttmdev <joe.fernan...@ttmsolutions.com>
Subject Re: unable to lookup a topic
Date Thu, 20 Dec 2007 01:44:15 GMT

See this  AMQ web page

http://activemq.apache.org/jndi-support.html

If you're running a standalone java app, then the jndi.properties file is
what you're looking for. There is a very simple example of one in the above
page. 

Joe



QWERTY? wrote:
> 
> Ok just as a disclaimer Im having alot of trouble setting up ActiveMQ,
> because the documentation isnt that flash, but it appears it will do what
> i need it to do.. if i could get it to work..
> 
> So im trying to do two things, setup Queue's and Topic's in my config so
> when ActiveMQ starts it will have the queue/topics already defined
> Also for Queue's I need to be able to retain unrecieved messages if
> ActiveMQ is to go down, and they should be delivered once amq is up and a
> client is there to recieve it.
> 
> I cant really seem to figure out how to setup the queue/topics properly in
> my config xml i have setup the following 
> 
>     <destinations>
>       <queue physicalName="testqueue" />
>       <topic physicalName="testtopic" />
>     </destinations>
> 
> both of these show up fine when i look in the web monitor, but from my
> client I cannot look them up, is there a JNDI setup somewhere i need to
> change? 
> 
> I can setup dynamic queues/topics so i know i can actually send/recieve
> messages through activeMQ
> 
> any help is appreciated.
> 
> 
> 
> 

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