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JMS receiver channel error while connecting to active MQ

Hi Experts,

I have a scenario Proxy to JMS - Active MQ. From PI we are connecting to target active MQ server using the PI 7.3 JMS channel. We have deployed the jar file of version activemq-all-5.8.0 in PI 7.3 using the below link.

PI/XI: ActiveMQ - free but yet powerful JMS provider

Channel was configured with the Transport protocol - Access JMS Provider Generically. Parameters in Processing tab are left as default. In Advance tab below parameters are configured in Additional Parameters.

After activating the channel in ID channel gives the below error in RWB.

I have searched many blogs in SCN but not able to find the exact issue for the error. Requesting you to please help to fix the issue.

Thank you.



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    Posted on Oct 17, 2015 at 02:59 PM

    Hello Jaya,

    I think the order of names used in additional parameters is wrong. In my opinion, first the JMS.QueueImpl.classname and JMS.QueueImpl.constructor should come and then the remaining 2 should follow.

    Because if you note when the channel is activated, the constructor gets invoked and hence there itself it shows error.



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