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JMS ConnectionFactory lookup failure in Sun Application Server

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I am trying to connect to a JMS application installed in Sun Application server, which is running in Windows machine.
My Client side Program is running in a linux machine and tries to connect to the Server, which is running in the Sun Application server. InintialContext object is created successfully and when the client program tries a JNDI lookup for the QueueConnectionFactory, the lookup is failing with NamingException.

The Exception message is : "javax.naming.CommunicationException: serial context communication ex [Root exception is com.sun.enterprise.connectors.ConnectorRuntimeException: Failed to start resource adapter : MQRA-start:Error:createConnection failed:aborting]"

I have added the following jars in the classpath of my program : appserv-admin.jar, appserv-rt.jar, imqjmsra.jar, j2ee.jar, imq.jar

Did anyone faced the issue previously? If anybody has come across the same situation please help me to find out the problem.

Thanks in advance
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