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Websphere MQ and MDB and Administered objects

 
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Just to clarify, i am working on reading off a queue on websphere MQ, at the moment i am creating a connection at run time using mqseries specific classes. This does not make my application portable. I would like to use a message driven bean to listen to the queue and session bean to perform the business logic. How is this achieved? Does the websphere administrator need to create administered objects (Connection factory and destinations) for me to use JNDI lookups in my ejbs or is there any other way around this?

As in if it stays the way it is now, queue manager with my queue running on websphere mq can ejbs work without look ups?
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