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Bruce Berry

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Hello

I'm trying to understand JNDI lookups in the context of how references to JMS ConnectonFactory and Destination objects are obtained. What exactly does a JNDI lookup return..an actual object reference? Is the JNDI name supplied in the contetx.lookup statement the actual JNDI name of the ConnectionFactory or Destination object? Are ConnectionFactory and Destination objects created via a app server or JMS admin facility..and where are they maintained (deployment descriptors??). As well, are JNDI directories typically implemented using LDAP.. a file system?

If it helps qualify my questions the app server platform I'm using is Websphere 6.1 and the JMS provider is MQ Series.

Sorry for the probably dumb questions, but JNDI is really confusing me

Thanks
BB

11 years ago
Anyone have any thoughts..I'm completely stalled

Thanks
B
11 years ago
Rob,

Thanks for your response. I added quotoes to the elenents of my path as you suggested, but I still can't run the ant or jboss batch files anywhere but from their instal directories. I'm stumped.

Thanks
BB
11 years ago
All,

I am attempting to set up JBoss 4.0.2, ANT 1.6.5 and Xdoclet 1.2.3 on Windows XP to begin working through the examples in the O'Reily JBoss at Work book. I'm having issues running ANT and starting JBoss at a Windows cmd prompt from anywhere other than their respective install directories

I have installed all of the above software successfully and can get JBoss to start by invoking run.bat in the jboss-4.0.2\bin directory. My user environment variables for Java, ANT and JBoss are as follows:


ANT_HOME C:\Program Files\apache-ant-1.6.5

JBOSS_HOME C:\Program Files\jboss-4.0.2

JAVA_HOME C:\Program Files\Java\j2sdk1.4.2_19

The "end" of my Path system environment variable is as follows:

%JAVA_HOME%\bin;%ANT_HOME%\bin;%XDOCLET_HOME%;%JBOSS_HOME%\bin

When I try and do "ant -version" or "run" at a cmd prompt (anywhere other than the install directories for ANT and JBoss) I get a "is not recognized as a internal or external etc" error. I can do java -version from any directory and that works fine. I have echoed all of the variable values and they seem right, instal directories match with the user variables. I have restarted XP serveral times

Is my path statement correct??

Rgrds and thanks
BB



11 years ago
BV

Thanks for the information. I'm using 4.0.2 as the examples in JBoss At Work are built around that specific version.

Thanks
Bruce
11 years ago
All,

I need to install JRE 1.4.2 and 1.5.0_05 on my Windows XP laptop. My objective is to be able to install JBoss AS 4.0.2 which needs JRE 1.4.2 and work through the examples in the JBoss at Work book. I assume installing two JREs on Windows XP is possible, and I know its possible to switch between JRE's in Eclispe. Any thoughts, suggestions, gotchas?

As well, can anyone suggest where to downnload JRE 1.4.2?

Thanks
BB
11 years ago
Peter..sorry I meant JBOSS at Work..not JBOSS In Action
11 years ago
Peter, thanks for the suggestions. The tutorial in JBOSS In Action is exactly what I'm looking for. One question though, does it assume JDK 1.4?. Will I be able to download an instance of JBOSS that will allow me to complete the tutorials in JBOSS In Action?

Regards
Bruce
11 years ago
I realize this may be somewhat of a "101" question but would appreciate any and all input.

I'm looking for a comprehensive J2EE tutorial that I can work through "hands-on" using a JBOSS instance installed on Windows XP. I'm thinking something along the lines of the J2EE 1.4 tutorial from Sun that implements a online bookstore.

Any general suggestions are welcome, as are links to any specific resources. If it matters I'm using Eclipse 3.3.2 as my IDE

Regards
BB
11 years ago