Javax.resource.ResourceException: Failed to start the connection

I have created the JMS bridge in Weblogic10.0 to connect with MQ server, I am getting error when startingup the weblogic server. Below the error
####<28-Mar-2009 10:56:25 o'clock GMT> <Info> <MessagingBridge> <clx25ao02> <aauat100-02> <[STANDBY] ExecuteThread: '2' for queue: 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'> <<WLS Kernel>> <> <> <1238237785804> <BEA-200042> <Bridge MQ_TO_JMS_1 failed to connect to the source destination and will try again in 20 seconds. This could be a temporary condition unless the messages repeat several times. (javax.resource.ResourceException: Failed to start the connection)>
I deployed the JMS adaptor also in weblogic10.0.
Could you please tell me the reason for the error?

A problem occurred with a Messaging Bridge between two JMS topics running in two Managed
Servers in the same domain, running on the same machine. As the Messaging Bridge was being
started during WebLogic Server startup, it threw the following warning message. Messages
could not be forwarded.
Analysis revealed that the bridge failed to create the message listener because it was
configured for durable topics and there was no JMS store available. The Bridge encountered an
internal error when trying to log the resource exception so the customer was not able to tell
why the bridge was failing.
The problem was resolved by a code change to allow the bridge to throw the correct resource
exception. Now, the correct exception is logged by the bridge.

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