Petstore 1.3 on Weblogic 7.0 with Oracle 8.1.7

Hi, I am trying to get petstore 1.3 working on Weblogic7.0
with Oracle 8.1.7 database on HPUX. I made some modifications
to the source files and regenerated the EAR files. When I copied
the four EAR files to the applications sub-directory, two .ear
files (petstoreadmin.ear & petstore.ear) deployed successfully
but not the supplier.ear and opc.ear. I got the following messages from deploying
supplier.ear:
Any help would be greatly appreciated,
Min-Shih
=====================================================
####<Nov 7, 2002 5:09:30 PM PST> <Warning> <EJB> <cutst058.cup.hp.com> <examplesServer>
<ExecuteThread: '9' for
queue: 'default'> <kernel identity> <> <010061> <The Message-Driven EJB: supplier_OPC_MDB_QUEUE
is unable to connect to the
JMS destination: jms/opcApplication/SUPPLIER_PO_MDB_QUEUE. The EJB container will
automatically attempt to re-establish the connection with the JMS server. This
warning may occur during WebLogic Cluster start-up if the JMS destination is located
on another WebLogic Server instance. When the JMS server connection is re-established,
the Message-Driven EJB will again receive JMS messages.
The Error was:
The JMS destination with the JNDI name: jms/opcApplication/SUPPLIER_PO_MDB_QUEUE
could not be found. Please ensure that the JNDI name in the weblogic-ejb-jar.xml
is correct, and the JMS destination has been deployed.>
####<Nov 7, 2002 5:09:30 PM PST> <Error> <EJB> <cutst058.cup.hp.com> <examplesServer>
<ExecuteThread: '9' for queue: 'default'> <kernel identity> <> <010072> <Error
starting EJB Module : supplierEjb.jar
Exception is :
Unable to deploy EJB: supplierEjb.jar from supplierEjb.jar:
weblogic.ejb20.WLDeploymentException: nulljava.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException:
javax.ejb.EJBException: Supp
lier.MsgBean.ejbCreate: naming exceptionjavax.naming.LinkException: [Root exception
is javax.naming.NameNotFoundEx
ception: Unable to resolve 'jms.TopicConnectionFactory' Resolved: 'jms' Unresolved:'TopicConnectionFactory'
; remai
ning name 'TopicConnectionFactory']; Link Remaining Name: 'jms/TopicConnectionFactory'

Hi, I am trying to get petstore 1.3 working on Weblogic7.0
with Oracle 8.1.7 database on HPUX. I made some modifications
to the source files and regenerated the EAR files. When I copied
the four EAR files to the applications sub-directory, two .ear
files (petstoreadmin.ear & petstore.ear) deployed successfully
but not the supplier.ear and opc.ear. I got the following messages from deploying
supplier.ear:
Any help would be greatly appreciated,
Min-Shih
=====================================================
####<Nov 7, 2002 5:09:30 PM PST> <Warning> <EJB> <cutst058.cup.hp.com> <examplesServer>
<ExecuteThread: '9' for
queue: 'default'> <kernel identity> <> <010061> <The Message-Driven EJB: supplier_OPC_MDB_QUEUE
is unable to connect to the
JMS destination: jms/opcApplication/SUPPLIER_PO_MDB_QUEUE. The EJB container will
automatically attempt to re-establish the connection with the JMS server. This
warning may occur during WebLogic Cluster start-up if the JMS destination is located
on another WebLogic Server instance. When the JMS server connection is re-established,
the Message-Driven EJB will again receive JMS messages.
The Error was:
The JMS destination with the JNDI name: jms/opcApplication/SUPPLIER_PO_MDB_QUEUE
could not be found. Please ensure that the JNDI name in the weblogic-ejb-jar.xml
is correct, and the JMS destination has been deployed.>
####<Nov 7, 2002 5:09:30 PM PST> <Error> <EJB> <cutst058.cup.hp.com> <examplesServer>
<ExecuteThread: '9' for queue: 'default'> <kernel identity> <> <010072> <Error
starting EJB Module : supplierEjb.jar
Exception is :
Unable to deploy EJB: supplierEjb.jar from supplierEjb.jar:
weblogic.ejb20.WLDeploymentException: nulljava.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException:
javax.ejb.EJBException: Supp
lier.MsgBean.ejbCreate: naming exceptionjavax.naming.LinkException: [Root exception
is javax.naming.NameNotFoundEx
ception: Unable to resolve 'jms.TopicConnectionFactory' Resolved: 'jms' Unresolved:'TopicConnectionFactory'
; remai
ning name 'TopicConnectionFactory']; Link Remaining Name: 'jms/TopicConnectionFactory'

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