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I can't lookup new JNDI if I dont' restart the server

 
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Dear all

After I configure a new JNDI resource for JMS queue on WAS 6.1 , I have to restart the server or I can't lookup the queue which I just configured.

I have clear cache in my program.But it still can't work if I don't restart server.


don't want to restart the server after I configure a new JNDI , because it will impact all the application on the server.

Are there any ways that I can lookup new JNDI without restart the server?

Thanks
 
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