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From David Jencks <djen...@gluecode.com>
Subject Re: Creating JMS Topics + JNDI
Date Sat, 30 Jul 2005 05:21:52 GMT
I'm glad you are making progress.  Can you consider this part of my 
original reply?
>> Is this a standalone non-j2ee client?  If so you will have to use
>> instructions from activemq to use activemq.  In particular, the 
>> openejb
>> jndi implementation only exposes ejbs, not any other resources.  If 
>> you
>> have a j2ee app client, and you wish to use jms, you need to deploy a
>> copy of the activemq adapter on the client.  You can then use the j2ee
>> java:comp/env context to find your stuff.
>>

thanks
david jencks



On Jul 29, 2005, at 10:00 PM, Sami Dalouche wrote:

> OK, some news regarding my previous problem :
>
> - I found a sample Ressource Adapter configuration file, so I can now 
> deploy my
> resource adapter without any exception.  (under the name 
> weather/Topics).
> so, it should have deployes 2 topics :
>  jms/weatherTopic and jms/weatherRequestsTopic
>
> - However, when I lookup  "jms/weatherTopic" or  
> "jms/weatherRequestsTopic"
> through my Spring-acquired JNDI context, it says
> javax.naming.NameNotFoundException: jms/weatherRequestsTopic
>
>
> So I'm wondering :
> - Is there a waay to check that some JNDI entry is actually present ?
> - Does activeMq register the names under something else as what we 
> specify ?
> - Any idea regarding this problem ?
>
> <big snip>


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