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I'm facing a weird issue with WLS 9.2. Whenever I create a DataSource or a JMS resource like a Queue, it's successfully created. However when I try to view the JNDI tree it's not there!
Any help shall be highly appreciated.
Joined: Jan 09, 2009
If it is a simple JMS queue, did you create a subdeployment to point that queue to a particular server instance.
Or else are you using clustered objects i mean whether it is a Distributed JMS queue.If so your managed server will be a part of cluster.Multicast communications control critical functions related to detecting failures and maintaining the cluster-wide JNDI tree.So here in this situation we need to check whether your managed servers in the cluster are able to communicate to each other properly.For that just run a multicast test (refer Multicast test LINK)