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From David Jencks <david_jen...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: FileSystem JNDI Context for ActiveMQ 5.2
Date Wed, 24 Dec 2008 21:05:23 GMT
You might be looking for something a lot more complicated than  
necessary for ActiveMQ.  What exactly do you want to look up that  
can't be configured in jndi.properties?

thanks
david jencks

On Dec 24, 2008, at 7:15 AM, KLA2008 wrote:

>
>
> Hello Joe,
>
> jndi.properties file is used by client application. This file set  
> the JNDI
> properties among wich "java.naming.provider.url" whose value refer - 
> in case
> of FileSystem based JNDI- to the directory path containig the  
> bindingfile.
> (example : java.naming.provider.url=file://D:/Dev/jndicontext).
>
> Generally, the Broker (MOM) administration tools allow automatic  
> generation
> of the .binding file based on created ConnectionFactories and Queues.
>
> So for a full JNDI support , we need both : .binding and  
> jndi.properties.
>
>
> Regards,
>
> KLA
>
>
>
> KLA2008 wrote:
>>
>> Hi all,
>>
>>
>> I'm giving a Try to ActiveMQ 5.2, and I'm using JNDI (FileSystem  
>> stored)
>> to access my adminstrated objects.
>>
>> I've been looking around for how to generate the ".binding" file  
>> and all
>> that I've found is this tutorial with a sample for ActiveMQ 4.X,  
>> and it
>> did not work for me ( http://activemq.apache.org/sun-jndi.html )
>>
>> How can we generate the .binding file automatically from ActiveMQ ?  
>> (like
>> we do with WebSphereMQ or SUN openMQ) please ?
>>
>> If there is no such tool, is there a .binding sample for ActiveMQ 5.2
>> please ?
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> KLA
>>
>
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