I do now...it was easier to swap out urls instead of having to change the hardcoded value...
That said, when creating my environment, I am printing out the value of the url and it displays
the jnp://mytestmachine:1099...I can see in the
In looking at the stack trace, I see where it attempts to create a Socket...since I'm using ssl,
shouldn't it be trying to create an ssl socket vice an ordinary one?
Keep in mind that JNDI and HornetQ connections are 100% independent of each other. My impression is that you've configured SSL for HornetQ, but probably not for JNDI.
Correct, I've configured hornetq for ssl. I didn't see any examples on configuring jndi. That said, I see the examples "use" jndi, but nowhere did I see
where it was configured.
The JNDI implementation is provided by JBoss AS so it is essentially outside the scope of HornetQ. If you want to configure JNDI for SSL then I'd search around the wiki and/or post on the JBoss AS forum.