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JMS configuration

Santosh Maskar
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Joined: Jul 02, 2003
Posts: 226
after creating the new domain using weblogic config wizard it doesnt create the JMS connection pool

when i will create the app on this domain it will throws the error JMS is not configured , see the JNDI resiorce

any one know how to configure the jms

any link will helpfull
Suhaasi Karnik

Joined: Mar 15, 2004
Posts: 23
You can configure your JMS settings, using the WebLogic Admin console.

1. Start the myserver.

2. Using the Administration console, configure the following:

3. Create a new JDBC Connection Pool.
e.g Name = MyConnectionPool
URL = jdbc:weblogic:mssqlserver4:MyDB@serverName:1433
Driver class = weblogic.jdbc.mssqlserver4.Driver (ensuring that the driver class is in the classpath)
Properties = databasename=MyDB user=sa
Target chosen = myserver

4. Create a new JMS ConnectionFactory.
e.g Name = exampleConnectionFactory
JNDIName = weblogic.examples.jms.QueueConnectionFactory
Target chosen = myserver

5. Create a new JMS store, using the JDBC Connection factory which you created in step 3.
6. Create a new JMS server, using the JMS store which you created in step5.
7. Click on "configure Destinations" to Configure the JMS destinations for this JMS server as follows:
a. Configure a new JMS queue for the new JMS server.
e.g Name = exampleQueue
JNDIName = weblogic.examples.jms.exampleQueue
EnableStore = default

b. Configure a new JMS topic for the new JMS server.
e.g. Name= exampleTopic
JNDIName = weblogic.examples.jms.exampleTopic
EnableStore = default
Santosh Maskar
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Joined: Jul 02, 2003
Posts: 226
I agree. Here's the link:
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