Sun Identity Manager 8.1 Business Administrator's Guide

Storing Connection Factory Objects

Open the Message Queue command-line tool (imqobjmgr) and type the commands in Storing Connection Factory Objects to store the connection factory objects.

Example 11–1 Storing Connection Factory Objects

#> ./imqobjmgr add -l "cn=mytestFactory" 
-j "java.naming.factory.initial=com.sun.jndi.ldap.LdapCtxFactory" 
-j "java.naming.provider.url=ldap://,dc=coopsrc,dc=com" 
-j " manager" 
-j "" 
-j "" 
-t qf -o "imqAddressList=mq://" 
Adding a Queue Connection Factory object with the following attributes: 
imqAckOnAcknowledge [Message Service Acknowledgement of Client Acknowledgements] ... 
imqSetJMSXUserID [Enable JMSXUserID Message Property] false 
Using the following lookup name: cn=mytestFactory The object’s read-only state: false 
To the object store specified by: 
java.naming.factory.initial com.sun.jndi.ldap.LdapCtxFactory 
simple netscape 
cn=directory manager Object successfully added.

In Storing Connection Factory Objects imqAddressList defines the JMS server/broker hostname (, port (7676), and the access method (jms).