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How to run a JMS application using eclipse IDE

 
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Hello all , i have made a simple JMS application using eclipse IDE i.e. i have made a queuesender.java which sends the message and a queuereceiver which recieves the messages . however i am unable to run the application using weblogic server . Can anyone explain how to run a JMS application in Eclipse IDE.
 
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What does "unable to run" mean - does the server blow up? Does the code run fine outside of the IDE?
 
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always you need application server or MOM to work with JMS, you can connect to weblogic from eclipse and work, remember eclipse is a IDE not server.
 
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i am unable to find the file jndi.properties in the j2ee.jar file . can anyone explain why i am getting the javax.naming.InitialContext exception ?
 
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i am unable to find the file jndi.properties in the j2ee.jar file . can anyone explain why i am getting the javax.naming.InitialContext exception ?
 
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could you please post the exact exception what you are getting?
 
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I have made a QueueSender and a QueueReceiver and am trying to compile the QueueSender . My JMS application will be targeted to WEblogic server . However , while doing so i get the following exception

JNDI API lookup failed: javax.naming.NoInitialContextException: Need to specify class name in environment or system property, or as an applet parameter, or in an application resource file: java.naming.factory.initial

I have made a jndi.properties file along with the source java classes QueueSender and QueueReceiver . I am still getting the same exception , can anyone help ?
 
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java reads this file only if it is in application classpath, place the file in your classpath and try.
 
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