Re: QueueConnection factory of another router
Tuesday, August 3, 2004 07:44 AM
SwiftMQ's JNDI works federated. That is, a lookup request is propagated to all routers and each router responds if it has a matching entry (e.g. "QueueConnectionFactory"). What you must do is to make your JNDI names of the connection factories unique. There's always a unique name for a connection factory of JMS listener with name @, e.g. "plainsocket@router1". Use it to ensure that you connect to a specific router.