Last updated on NOVEMBER 05, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Weblogic Server / WebLogic Server / 7.0
Information in this document applies to any platform
When trying to create a queue on WebLogic Server 7.0 SP2, an Invalid Destination Name exception occurs. A Connection Factory of "BTJMSConnectionFactory" is created with the WebLogic Console. Is it possible to not define the Destination using the WebLogic Console? So instead of: Queue actQue = (Queue) ctx.lookup("BTJMSActionQueue"); QueueReceiver queueReceiver_ = queueSession_.createReceiver(actQue); The following would be used: Queue actQue = queueSession_.createQueue("BTJMSActionQueue"); // <---- Exception thrown here----> QueueReceiver queueReceiver_ = queueSession_.createReceiver(actQue); This throws an Invalid Destination Name exception. However, it is the exact same name as defined in the WebLogic Console. Why can't the queue be created?
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