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Hi,
I am new to JMS and was trying to deploy "A Simple J2EETM Application that Uses the JMS API " from the online tutorial.
http://java.sun.com/products/jms/tutorial/1_3_1-fcs/doc/j2eeapp1.html#1028835
I am unable to proceed from the "Packaging the Message Driven Bean" step while using the deploy tool. In the "Genral dialog box " screen of the wizard, the enterprise bean name field is disabled at all times, while clicking next prompts me to enter Enterprise Bean name and does not proceed from that.
I have followed all the steps as mentioned in the tutorial until now. Wonder why this is happening. Please help.
I am also ready to do the steps that the deploy tool does manually (At command prompt). Can somebody please point out links which show how this can be done.
I am using j2eesdk1.3.1 and the j2ee server that comes along with it.
All help and suggestions welcome and appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Bhagyashree.
 
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