This section describes known J2EE connector architecture issues and associated solutions.
In this scenario, a standalone or embedded connector module is deployed in DAS and connector connection pools, and resources are created for the deployed module. After restarting the DAS instance, undeploying the connector module fails when cascade is set to false with the following exception:
[#|2004-10-31T19:52:23.049-0800|INFO|sun-appserver-ee8.1|javax.enterprise.system .core|_ThreadID=14;|CORE5023: Error while unloading application [foo]|#]
Use cascaded undeploy (set the cascade option to true) for undeploying standalone and embedded connectors after restart of the DAS instance.
Because you cannot specify the minimum pool size and maximum pool size when creating a new JMS resource from the command line with the asadmin create-jms-resource command, the asadmin command is supposed to create the resource using the default pool size values (minimum 8, maximum 32). However, this is not the case. Instead, creating the resource from the command line results in default minimum and maximum pool sizes of 1 and 250, respectively.
After creating a JMS resource from the command line, use the admin console to modify the minimum and maximum pool size values.