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Using MQ with websphere

 
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hi,
I am using MQ 5.2 and websphere 3.5,and am trying to
make MQ the JMS implementation for websphere.
I have been able to create a MQQueueConnectionFactory and MQQueue objects using the JMSAdmin tool and hence i assume
that these objects are registered with the websphere JNDI,
as i guess this is what the tool does.
But when i do a JNDI lookup for this ConnectionFactory that i am
unable to do so as it fails.
Can anyone please tell me what i am missing here.
thanks,
Ani
 
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You should register a acf instead of wsqcf in the def sentense. It should work.
 
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Any solution to this problem? I seem to be having the same problem and not quite sure what the root cause is.
 
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