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How to install JBoss Messaging in Jboss 4.0.4

P Lavti
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Joined: Mar 27, 2007
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It is mentioned that a JBossMQ and a JBoss Messaging instance cannot coexist. And also that Jboss 4.0.4 comes with JBossMQ as default JMS provider.

I want to use Jboss Messaging in my project and I want to install it under deploy server configuration but JbossMQ is already installed there. How can i un-install JBossMQ and then install Jboss Messaging?

-P Lavti<br />SCJP 5.0 (88%)
Mark Spritzler

Joined: Feb 05, 2001
Posts: 17249

Well, deleting the JBossMQ from the deploy dir, along with its Datasource, and then drop the JBoss Messaging deployment with its datasource.

The biggest issues is do the JBossMQ MBean a dependency of any other MBeans.

Why do you need to use 4.0.4 instead of say 4.0.5GA. You can use the web-installer, and it lets you uncheck JBossMQ, so it doesn't deploy it and it also doesn't deploy any other MBean that is dependant on it. Or you can use the web-installer to see what gets unchecked besides the JBossMQ MBean to see what you also need to remove from your 4.0.4 deploy dir.

Good Luck


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