I am not Marc so I will not throw a SMD around here even you seems to deserve it. If you would just look at the download page of SourceForge or our documentation page you would FIND the fucking docu which contains some information about how to write a client.
I have no idea what your problem is but to write a JMS client is simple and straight forward.
So instead of BITCHING around about the docu why don't you come up with your problem and tell us what is not working. When you are looking for examples then check out the JBoss 3.0 testsuite (CVS).
I hope that you one time will take your thumb out of your six and start working instead of complaining. But I guess it is easier to FUD around.
Have fun - Andy
You would deserve to learn get some lessons on good manners! I wrote hundrets apps with JMS on Tibco, iPlanet or OpenJMS and it works. To write simple client on JMS is easy, but there with JBoss is a big problem!
I wrote about the exception I got this exception on the examples provided by JBoss CVS:
Exception occurred: org.jboss.mq.SpyJMSException: Cannot authenticate user
I this expetion is from the example which is from docs on jboss! And i use Jboss3.0.0 with default config. No other services are running here. And i cant find ANYTHING about this in docs in jboss. Whats wrong i am asking about it?
Regarding you comments...
Your parents should spend some time to learn you how to speak with the others! I havent wrote anything to you and you behave like a pig here. If you dont have the example i was asking for, them why you're scolding here? Because you thing you're the best one who can insult other people, you're the One, the Best - nobody cant have different view from yours.
Coold down.Pople are sensitive to FUD JBossMQ has been working like a charm for a long time.
Have you search trough the archive first? Perhaps looked at http://www.jboss.org/modules/bb/index.html?module=bb&op=viewtopic&t=forums/ have also seen some posts about JAAS not working properly in some JDK.
The one who should cool down here is schaefera. Great code is no excuse for behaving like a 5 year old. Very distracting style.
Great code is always an exuse for behaing however the hell you want ;)