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I am quite confused.
I wanted to run a MDB and tried to use WebSphere-JMS-Provider, not MQ JMS Server.
I cannot find where to configurate the Port on which the JMS Server shall listen. This total JMS Server configuration is confusing.
I made a QueueConnectionFactory and a Topic, but I cannot assign the topic to the QueueConnectionFactory.
Can you help me out ?
 
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Oh, I forgot it it Websphere 5.0 Appserver on Win2k
 
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Originally posted by max t:
I am quite confused.
I wanted to run a MDB and tried to use WebSphere-JMS-Provider, not MQ JMS Server.
I cannot find where to configurate the Port on which the JMS Server shall listen.



WebSphere JMS provider administrative objects are used to manage JMS resources for the internal WebSphere JMS provider.
It's internal, so WAS knows the port.
 
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check out InfoCenter for more info:
Managing WebSphere internal JMS servers
http://publib7b.boulder.ibm.com/wasinfo1/en/info/aes/ae/tmj_adm08.html
WebSphere internal JMS server settings
http://publib7b.boulder.ibm.com/wasinfo1/en/info/aes/ae/umj_projs.html
 
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