Where did you place your queue definition in jboss.jcml?
At the end: don't do that, place it among the other queue definition.
Already at correct place: I don't know.
I defined my queue just below the testQueue definition.
Hi, could you look into your JNDI tree, by following the link to JNDI tree or something like that in the JMX management gui (8082) and do a list to see if your queue is registered in JNDI?
I look under JBossMQ in the management console, i see the following
It says it started. I commented the testQueue, A, B, ..
But they still appear in the management consol like
I don't understand why. It seems like there is another place to configure the JMS destinations. I also tried with latest build 2.4.3. But, no use.
I found the problem. It's my bad. I am using JBoss with tomcat. And I was modifying jboss.jcml file under conf/default as per documentation. But I had to change it in conf/tomcat. Then it worked. I didn't event know there is jboss.jcml file under conf/tomcat until I did a search on JBoss directory. Thanks for your prompt replies.
I'm having the exact same problem, only I'm using jboss 3.2.1.
There is no "jboss.jcml" to be found under my jboss home directory.
I'm assuming that this is file is used by earlier versions of jboss.
Does anybody know how to fix this problem in jboss 3.2.1.?
I got it. It's in the jbossmq-destinations-service.xml file.