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WebSphere 5.1, JMS and JNDI

 
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1. How to see the JNDI tree from WebSphere admin console.
2. I created a new queue(JNDI Name: TestQueue ), a new queue connection factory(JNDI Name: TestQueueConnectionFactory)
and a new message listener port (TestQueueListner).
I have a message driven bean and it�s deployment descriptor (ibm-ejb-jar-bnd.xmi) has following entry
listenerInputPortName="TestQueueListner" .
I deployed this MDB through an ear.
When I tried to start this application, I get NameNotFoundException for TestQueue.
I am using WebSphere JMS provider, I am NOT using MQ.
3. Sometimes I get the following message :
CHKW2106E: The executable name of a process definition is absent.
 
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Here is an excellent tutorial.
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/techjournal/0301_wosnick/wosnick.html
 
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