I'm not sure what this question has to do with JBoss Messaging. JBM doesn't use IIOP.
What I am trying to do is to have the iiop service run under the messaging configuration. I am looking for advice on how I could do that.
I am posting to this forum because when I tried to drop the iiop-service.xml in the JBOSS_HOME/server/messagin/deploy I get many errors where JBoss is looking for jars in the JBOSS_HOME/client folder. I am getting the iiop-service.xml from under the all configuration and I am wondering if the messaging will not allow this service to run.
JBM has no dependencies on IIOP or vice versa, so getting it to run in a configuration called "messaging" should be no different to getting it to run in any other configuration.
BTW also state what version you are using when making a post, then people might be able to help you better.
Will try to follow the all config and move the IIOP service under the messaging configuration.
How can I install messaging under the all configuration that ships with JBoss 4.0.5 ?
I am using JB 4.0.5 and messaging 1.2.0GA
Current releases of JBM don't work in the all configuration.
The next release, 1.3.0.GA, due out in the next few days will work in the all configuration.
Excellent can'wait to try it.
Will the clustering in JBM work as well?