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JMS and Websphere - Urgent Help

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Dear all,
I am working with JMS MQ and Websphere. I have followed the documents for setting the JMS environment, which are available at the url:
I used the administrative console to create a conectionfactory and queue. I provided the name for the connectionfactory as myQCF and used the following code in a jsp to get a JNDI lookup.
The code is as below:
InitialContext ctx =new InitialContext();
QueueConnectionFactory qcf = (QueueConnectionFactory)ctx.lookup("jms/myQCF");
The second line throws an exception stating that
Servlet Error: jms/myQCF: javax.naming.NameNotFoundException: jms/myQCF
at javax.naming.InitialContext.lookup(
at delete_jsp_9._jspService(
I have also used myQCF for lookup instead of jms/myQCF, but getting the same exception.
I have used dumpnamespace.bat to check for the JNDI, but this connectionfactory entry for myQCF is not available when this bat is run. That means the jndi is not binded to the websphere. Am i right?
Can anyone help me out in this.
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