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From "adisesha" <>
Subject Axis2 with JMS Transport
Date Tue, 27 May 2008 08:52:08 GMT



I am working on Axis2 services & JMS. 


1. I created "Connection factory" in websphere MQ using JMSAdmin &
sampleconfig.scp (def qcf(SampleQCFactory) qmgr(QMGR) tran(client)

    host(localhost) port(1414)

def q(Echo) qmgr(QManager) qu(Echo))


This "SampleQCFactory" is referred as JNDIName in axis2.xml (<parameter


2. When I start Tomcat, I can see "[INFO] Mapping JNDI name : Test and JMS
Destination name : queue://QMGR/Test against service : Echo

[INFO] JMS Transport Receiver (Listener) initialized...

[INFO] Connection factory : myQueueConnectionFactory initialized..."   - So
receiver is initialized.



1. Now when I put text message in to Queue "Echo" immediately it disappears
from MQ. In tomcat log I can see "Exception in thread "JMSWorker-1"



2. If I put message using "standalonewmq" program, I can see "[ERROR] Cannot
find operation : urn:mediate on the service Echo

Exception in thread "JMSWorker-1"
org.apache.axis2.transport.jms.AxisJMSException: Cannot find operation :
urn:mediate on the service Echo




Kindly point me in right direction & let me know your suggestions


Thanks in advance




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