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JMS Remote Destination lookup

 
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I need to lookup JMS objects - connection factory and topic - located in a remote server (different cell).
I set the InitialContext with properties as shown below



I get an exception when i do a lookup saying "First component in name jms/CF no found."

Do i need to specify the cell information - if so how ? i tried with options such as

cell/<cellName>/nodes/<nodeName>/jms/CF

as well.
 
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Looks like an application server specific question. Which application server are you using. Let us know, so that we can move this appropriately so that someone might be able to help you.
 
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Did you actually create the destinations and connection factories you are trying to use?
 
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