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Junit testing using glassfish embedded EJBContainer

 
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Hi.

Has anyone successfully tested messaging using glassfish's embedded container on version 3.1 or 3.01?
As I was building my project, I could test my session beans and persistence but my tests stopped working the moment I introduced queues. Basically the testsuite fails to create the EJB container (EJBContainer.createEJBContainer()) and gives the following error:

No EJBContainer provider available, Returned null from createEJBContainer call

To test my theory I deleted the Producer and Consumer and removed the xml references on the project and the tests work. Is there an issue with queues/topics when testing with the embedded container OR has anyone successfully tested this.
Maybe there are additional properties to be passed to EJBContainer.createEJBContainer() when dealing with queues???

Thanks
 
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