For this example, the message-driven bean uses the connection factory named jms/JupiterConnectionFactory, which you created in Creating Administered Objects for Multiple Systems. Use the Admin Console to verify that the connection factory still exists and that its AddressList property is set to the name of the remote system. Because this bean must use a specific connection factory, the connection factory is specified in the mdb-connection-factory element of the sun-ejb-jar.xml file.
If you deleted the connection factory, you can recreate it as follows:
Go to the following directory:
Type the following command:
ant create-remote-factory -Dsys=remote-system-name
Replace remote-system-name with the actual name of the remote system.
The application client can use any connection factory that exists on the remote server; it uses jms/ConnectionFactory. Both components use the queue named jms/Queue, which you created in Creating JMS Administered Objects for the Synchronous Receive Example.