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Listener Port on WAS

 
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Hi All,

I am facing one problem in configuring Listener_Port for WAS 5.
Below are the steps I am following.
1. Create a queue named 'a' on MQ Series.
2. Create a factory named 'QF' on MQ Series.
3. on http://localhost:9091/admin/ create a queue destination and queue factory and then create listener.

When I try to start the listener it says "listener can not be started"
Another point I would like to add is that Listener works perfectly well on my normal addition but it does not
work well with Enterprise edition of WAS.

Would appreciate if somebody could point to good link on the same .


Thanks in advance.
 
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