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Creating Connection Factory and Queue in JBOSS 5.x

 
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Till now I worked on weblogic 10.x, Now i am migrating my code from weblogic to JBOSS.
In weblogic i used to create connection factory and queue using weblogic console. Weblogic console provides link on its home for creation of same($Wl_console-->Messaging-->JMS Modules.)
After that by creating JMS module, there was a option of 'JMS module connection factory creation' and 'jms module queue creation' in weblogic console.
But i dont know how to do the same task in jboss. try to be more clear, i'm in lack of ideas in this problem, even it sounds like a classic Please outline the steps
 
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For JBoss AS 5.x, which uses JBoss Messaging, you create a *-service.xml file which defines the message queue and topics. For an example, see docs/examples/jms/example-destinations-service.xml
For documentation, see http://docs.jboss.org/jbossmessaging/docs/guide-1.0.1.SP5/html_single/index.html#conf.destination
 
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As suggested by you i create a file in $JBOSS/server/default/deploy/messaging/myqueue-service.xml


But while deploying i am getting following error.Why i am getting this error and how can i solve it?

 
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You have a typo. Here is a hint: look carefully at the class name for the ClassNotFoundException. Figure out where that is in your *-service.xml file (OK, i'll give you a hint, it's on line 6).

Now go back to the example-destinations-service.xml file and look at how a queue is declared there. An example queue starts on line 79, pay careful attention to the class name on that same line.
 
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