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From Gary Tully <>
Subject Re: Queue MBean lazily created, not registered until first message is sent
Date Fri, 10 Apr 2009 12:53:52 GMT
Yea, Queues are created on demand and hence their MBeans. You can configure
startup destinations at the broker level
<>that should
help here.

2009/4/9 cjkent <>

> I've noticed that the MBean for a queue I'm creating doesn't seem to get
> registered until the first message is sent to it.  This is causing me a
> problem because I'm trying to use Spring's MBeanProxyFactoryBean to get a
> proxy to the MBean at startup and pass it to one of my other beans.  But
> Spring throws an exception because it can't find the MBean.  Is there a way
> to force Queue MBeans to be eagerly created and registered when the Queue
> is
> created?
> Thanks
> Chris
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