Rajat Sharma

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Hi
I am trying to use WebsphereMQ as my JMS provider with Weblogic 6.1. I used the reference doc at bea's site and tried to run the sample MDB in the doc.
This MDB just prints out the ID of every message posted to TEST_QUEUE.
http://ftpna2.bea.com/pub/downloads/jmsproviders.pdf
The error I'm getting is -
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<Oct 9, 2003 11:11:28 AM CDT> <Warning> <EJB> <The Message-Driven EJB: SimpleMDB is unable to connect to the JMS destination: TEST_QUEUE. The EJB container will automatically attempt to re-establish the connection with the JMS server. This warning may occur during WebLogic Cluster start-up if the JMS destination is located on another WebLogic Server instance. When the JMS server connection is re-established, the Message-Driven EJB will again receive JMS messages.
The Error was:
Message Driven Bean 'SimpleMDB' is transacted but the provider defined in the ejb is not transacted. Provider should be transacted if onMessage method in MDB is transacted.>
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I used the filesystem JNDI implementation (as given in the sample code), but it seems that is causing the problem. How can I work around this?
thanks
Rajat.
16 years ago
Hi
I am trying to use WebsphereMQ as my JMS provider with Weblogic 6.1. I'm running into trouble setting up the Weblogic Startup Class to setup the MQ JMS objects in the Weblogic JNDI. Is there some documentation that shows how to do this?
Thanks a lot for your help.
regards
Rajat.
16 years ago
Hi
I just joined a team using Weblogic as their app server. They are currently using weblogic's built-in support for JMS and are contemplating moving over to MQSeries (staying with Weblogic6.1 as the app server). Since this is my first time working with either one, it would be a great help to know the pros and cons of such a move.
Really appreciate all replies
Thanks a lot
Rajat.
16 years ago