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How can the JNDI Register tool be used to register a queue remotely in JCAPS 5.1.0 and later? (Doc ID 1025097.1)

Last updated on APRIL 02, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle Java CAPS Enterprise Service Bus - Version R6 and later
Oracle Java CAPS - Version 5.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In ICAN/Java CAPS, in order to create the bindings for STCMS queues/topics, the JMS API Kit and the JNDI Register tool are used to create a bindings file.

In ICAN 5.0.X, the JNDI Register tool could be run from any command prompt (regardless of machine), and by specifying the "-url" property, a queue on a remote machine could be registered.

For example a queue on the server BOX434 could be registered from a local desktop by specifying "-url java://BOX434:<JNDI Port Number>"

However, in Java CAPS 5.1.x and higher, the -url parameter is used differently, and now specifies the directory in which the .bindings file is written.

How is it possible, in Java CAPS 5.1.x and higher, to specify a remote machine on which to register a queue ?


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