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Installing/Configuring Embedded Messaging Server

Ashutosh Shinde
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Joined: Jun 07, 2001
Posts: 42
Hello All,
I am trying to configure JMS on websphere 5.0. I want to use the default Internal JMS Provider. When I launch the server I get an error "Unable to start the JMS Server as WebSphere Embedded Messaging has not been installed".
I have done a standard (FULL)installation. I assumed that as a part of the FULL installation, the server should have been installed. But the message in the log file indicates that it has not been installed.
Is there a seperate installable for Websphere + WebSphere Embedded Messaging? Or have i done something wrong?
Any pointers that can help to solve are appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Roman Pavlov

Joined: Feb 26, 2003
Posts: 9
Do you use TRIAL version of WAS5?
WAS5Trial version consits of four zip files: ibmwas5_trial_for_(nt/linux).zip
messaging_trial_for_(nt/linux).zip ( it what you need ) and
Unpacked all these files to one folder and reinstall it.
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