In a project I have 3 proxy services, 1 dispatch request to the other 2 routing directly to them and with no Business services.
One of these 2 is an HTTP, the other is a JMS. On this last I actually make a publish action along the pipeline and looks it doesn't require the JNDI name in the action itself, simply the proxy name or reference.
Now in my local box it works, in JIT it doesn't. The only difference I can see is on the jmsResource tab:
local-sso-audit-1142838076 Queue local-sso-audit local-sso-audit-1142838076 wlsbJMSServer
local-sso-auditRequest33430637 Queue local-sso-auditRequest local-sso-auditRequest33430637 wlsbJMSServer
local-sso-mail26453307 Queue local-sso-mail local-sso-mail26453307 wlsbJMSServer
and in JIT none of the above is present.
I guess these are internal queue created by OSB on deployment, but why should have not created in JIT??
Thanks in advance