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Weblogic 10.3 JMS Configuration Issue

vchowk kpm
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Hi, We are migrating from weblogic 8.1 to 10.3 and am having a problem in deploying the JMS module.
We have a weblogic cluster and this cluster conencts to an IBM MQ using the ForeignJMS Server in weblogic 8.1 the configuration is as below and everything was working fine:

<ForeignJMSServer ConnectionURL="file:/opt/temp/config/jndi"
JNDIProperties="" Name="tempjms" Targets="tempCLU1">
<ForeignJMSConnectionFactory LocalJNDIName="QCF"
Name="tempjms MQ Factory" RemoteJNDIName="ResQCF"/>
Name="v1.local" RemoteJNDIName="v1.local"/>

Now I would like to know how I can achieve the same configuration in weblogic 10
I tried creating a JMS Module
Created a Foreign server under this module
Created a SubDeployment for this and targetted it to the cluster
The Foreign server has the Destinations and the Conenction Factory Defined in it.

When I bring my weblogic up it shows the below errors in the logs

<Feb 14, 2011 3:02:37 PM CST> <Warning> <EJB> <BEA-010061> <The Message-Driven EJB: tempMDB is unable to connect to the JMS destination: v1.local. The Error was:
Can not get distribute destination information. The destination JNDI name is v1.local, the provider URL is null>

Can someone help me over here, its very urgent and would really appreciate your help. Thanks.
anandraj tadkal
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From the error it is evident that the <provider-url> value in the weblogic-ejb-jar.xml file is not defined.

A sample MDB weblogic-ejb-jar.xml should look like below.
xmlns="" xmlns:j2ee="" xmlns:xsi="" xsi:schemaLocation="">

You can refer the below link for configuration of the WebLogic Foreign JMS Server with MQ Series.

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