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Problem getting Queueconnection through servlet

 
Deep Mukherjee
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I am trying to connect queue through my application. I am using RAD 7.5 and WAS 6.1 server.


When i am trying to connect through standalone java application i am able to connect the queue and putting the message there and getting the response bag. It just a java program running on jdk.

i have created a dynamic web program. when i am trying to access the same java program that web application its gving me MQJMS exception 2005 unable to create queue.I am just trying to create a instance of that class and tring to put the messages in the queue.
the later program is running on WAS 6.1


Can you please help .

Just for information ... i am directly getting the access of queue and putting the massage there .I am not going throughany local queues
or Queues on the server.
 
Greg Charles
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You're probably not going to get a good answer to this in the Ant/Maven forum. Let's give it a try in EJB and other Java EE Technologies (including JMS).
 
ramprasad madathil
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have created a dynamic web program. when i am trying to access the same java program that web application its gving me MQJMS exception 2005 unable to create queue.


I am not sure if you have worded it wrong, but it's unlikely that you are creating a queue. Queues are administered objects usually and are configured outside the client code as a server administrative task.

Does the exact same code of your standalone client not work from within your web app? Is it possible to post the code?

cheers,
ram.





 
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