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From Alex Soto <>
Subject Re: JBoss and ActiveMQ with remote JNDI
Date Fri, 02 May 2008 12:03:56 GMT
If that is true, how is it possible that the JBossMQ connection  
factory is available to remote clients?
I think is against the purpose of the standard if a change in the  
implementation causes the clients to stop working.

Alex Soto

Amicus Plato, sed magis amica veritas.

On May 1, 2008, at 12:08 PM, Philippe P. wrote:

> JBoss answer
> "/The connection factories provided by a Resource Adapter (RA) are  
> typically not available for use by clients that are outside of the  
> application server. That is, the JCA specification is intended to  
> provided resources to the application server, and relies upon  
> behavior on the part of the application server in connection pool  
> management, transaction management, and security.
> Also, for this reason, the JNDI location of the RA's  
> ConnectionFactories should be located in the "java:" namespace.  
> This namespace is local to the jvm and has no visibility to  
> external clients./"
> Is it true ? I'm not sure. How other application server do ?
> Philippe

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