I am using Eclipse and have created a runtime environment that calls an application which uses JNDI to get resources for JMS connections.
It uses a .bindings file for the JMS information. I changed the names of my connection factories and queues in the .bindings file, but when I re-run the app, it retains the same .binding information. I have shut down Eclipse and then re-run the app and it retains the OLD .bindings information. I have shut down my computer and the same thing.
What is going on here? It would seem if I changed the file, it would grab the new information, but it's not.
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OK sorry for the post.
I found the problem....
The java.naming.provider.url in my jndi.properties file had a typo and pointed to the wrong folder for the .bindings file.