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Destination Queue not found

Julie Jolie Roger

Joined: Jul 18, 2008
Posts: 2

I am new to websphere. I have a problem with my destination queue. I am able to lookup the connection factory but not the queue.

Can you help me please ?

Here is the exception messages.

I have created the following settings in Websphere.

Bus: emailmessagebus
Connection Factory: UnionVieConnectionFactory JNDI jms/unionVieConnectionFactory)
Queue: emailMsgQueue JNDI: jms/emailMsgQueue
Activation: emailMsgActivation JNDI: jms/emailMsgActivation



Sandeep Murthy
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Joined: Oct 05, 2005
Posts: 34
From your exception message, it looks like resource references are being used to lookup the queue.
In which case, it should be specified as java:comp/env/......
But in the exception, I could only see that you are trying to lookup comp/env/...
Verify it once if you have mentioned the resource reference properly as java:comp/env/...

If the above is specified properly, try running the dumpNameSpace utility and verify if the queue jndi name is bounded.
[ July 24, 2008: Message edited by: Sandeep Narasimhamurthy ]

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