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Is remote jndi lookups from a remote client supported in Jboss 7?

 
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I have custom components that are standalone java components that do not run within the Jboss application server. These components need to interface with a HornetQ JMS queue which runs inside of AS7.

Looking at the Jboss AS 7 documentation, there seems to be conflicting information on whether remote JNDI lookup is supported or not.

This JIRA entry seems to provide some information https://issues.jboss.org/browse/AS7-1338 but it doesnt explain it well.

I guess my question is, Is it possible to access JMS queues running within the AS 7 application server from an external standalone client via remote JNDI lookup? If it doesnt is there an alternative approach that can be used to get to the JMS queues from an external lookup?
 
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My understanding is that this is not possible in 7.0.x, but is possible in 7.1.x.
 
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