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Configure/Access remote Message Queue (Sun's Open MQ) on Nework

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I am new to JMS and Message Queue. I have installed Sun's Open Message Queue on my system.I have created ObjectStore and Destination(Queue) and using java program to insert and fetch messages.
Following are the details:
1. Created ObjectStore MyObjectStore with following properties:-
  • java.naming.factory.initial=com.sun.jndi.fscontext.RefFSContextFactory
  • java.naming.provider.url=file:///c:/tmp

  • 2. Created ConnectionFactory MyConnectionFactory and Destination MyQueue

    3. Code to access above queue:

    My problem is that I am able to access Message Queue on local machine only. I don't know how i can configure my MQ to be accessed on network or/and how to look up for MQ which is on remote machine in network.
    Can anybody help me on this.
    Arpit Purohit
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    Got the solution to the problem here: Sun Forum
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