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accessing a remote queue

Pardha Akalamkam

Joined: Mar 17, 2003
Posts: 10
I am trying to develop and test Message driven bean applications with the MQSimulator for Java developers in WSAD5.0. As long as I define local queues and connection factories my code works fine. But when I tried to access the remote queue , I am getting an error and throwing exception in the lookup. Can anybody suggest, how to access a remote queue(defined on Webshphere MQ running on websphere app server) using JNDI lookup
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