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JMS QueueManager does not start

 
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Hi,
I'm new to JMS and I am working on WSAD(Websphere Application Developer) 5.0. I have installed IBM Embedded MQ and am trying to run a simple point to point application which I downloaded from a site. I have set the class path properly. Now when I am starting the server I am gettin the following problem
[12/9/03 17:46:04:513 IST] 2654c63b JMSEmbeddedPr A MSGS0050I: Starting the Queue Manager
[12/9/03 17:46:05:114 IST] 2654c63b QueueManagerM E MSGS0101E: Start Queue Manager command failed with exit code: 16
[12/9/03 17:46:05:134 IST] 2654c63b JMSService E MSGS0001E: Starting the JMS Server failed with exception: java.lang.Exception: MSGS0101E: Start Queue Manager command failed with exit code: 16
I'm working on Windows NT. But it works fine in Windows 2000. Can somebody tell me what can be the problem
Thanks in advance
Vinu
 
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I'm moving this thread to the IBM/Websphere forum. Please continue the discussion there. Thank you
 
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Try with following option.

Suppose your queue manager name is : A_B_C
where
A is was cellname
B is was nodename
C is jms server name

1) First delete queue manager by following command:
${WAS_HOME}/bin/deletemq.sh A B C

2) Create queue manager by following command :
${WAS_HOME}/bin/createmq.sh <washome> A B C

Note: If you get any error like "permission issue with wempsdeletebroker". Please let me know.

3) if every thing ok, try once again to restart jmsserver by command:
${WAS_HOME}/bin/startServer.sh C

Thanks,
iit_chap
 
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