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javax.naming.NameNotFoundException: XAConnectionFactory not bound

 
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While deploying MDB's I get following exception..



I have done all the necessary changes to the files..
\server\default\deploy\jms\jms-ds.xml
I am using jboss4.2.2.GA and at loss at what would be happening.
When I see the JNDI tree for the server it has only these lines in the global JNDI namespace

 
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This is a DEBUG message, and can be safely ignored. Or are you experiencing some kind of problem when using your MDB?

Also, did you install JBoss Messaging or are you using JBossMQ (which comes with JBoss AS 4.2.x)?
 
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Peter, Thanks for the reply.
I am using jboss MQ. I do have problems with my MDBs I guess because of the jndi lookup not happening.Here is the trace



Also in the startup of server I get this error


I guess there are some tables not present that the MQ service is trying to access. I guess I might have to configure them in the jbossmq-service.xml but not sure and also not sure how.
I am quite new to jboss
 
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I managed to resolve the second exception where it was not able to create the tables. I am using the default datasource that jBoss uses for MQ and not my application datasource. I guess it uses this datasource for persistance of the MQ which would be the HS.


But I am still stuck at why am I getting the XAConnectionFactory not bound exception.
 
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I have done all the necessary changes to the files..
\server\default\deploy\jms\jms-ds.xml



What changes did you do? Can you post those?
 
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My jms-ds.xml looks like this

 
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I am also facing the same problem , some body please help --

Thanks
Vishnu
 
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i got rid of XAConnectionFactory not bound , There was hsqldb-ds.xml in the deploy folder , i had remove it

Now i get a different error


Checking this now

Thanks
Vishnu

 
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