You will need the connection factory jms/JupiterConnectionFactory in Chapter 32, Java EE Examples Using the JMS API. However, if you wish to delete it, go to the producer directory and type the following command:
Remember to delete the connection factory on both systems.
You can also use Ant targets in the producer/build.xml file to delete the destinations and connection factories you created in Creating JMS Administered Objects for the Synchronous Receive Example. However, it is recommended that you keep them, because they will be used in most of the examples in Chapter 32, Java EE Examples Using the JMS API. After you have created them, they will be available whenever you restart the Application Server.
To delete the class and JAR files for each program using NetBeans IDE, right-click each project and choose Clean.
To delete the class and JAR files for each program using Ant, type the following:
You can also stop the Application Server, but you will need it to run the sample programs in the next section.