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Hi. I know how to create a jms connection factory and queue in weblogic - i just plonk a xml file (with root element <weblogic-jms>) in domains/domainname/config/jms. Is there anything similar in websphere or does it have to be done via console?
 
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vik ar wrote:Hi. I know how to create a jms connection factory and queue in weblogic - i just plonk a xml file (with root element <weblogic-jms>) in domains/domainname/config/jms. Is there anything similar in websphere or does it have to be done via console?


You either do it via the console (Resources->JMS->...) or via a jython script in wsadmin. See the infocenter for more information.
 
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however after doing through console there must be some file within websphere which gets changed?
 
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It is resources.xml which can be found in configuration at relavent scope.
 
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