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How to add additional JMS details?

I try to call the ESB queue from the vugen using jms_send_message_queue on webservice protocol. For this, I entered JMS queue details on JMS-Advanced Run time settings.

 

While execution from vugen, It throws following java exception:

"com.sonicsw.mf.comm.InvokeTimeoutException: Domain1.DIRECTORY SERVICE:ID=DIRECTORY SERVICE - invoke()"

 

While I execute from vugen, It is trying to invoke the default domain Domain1 and failed to invoke, because we are not using default domain. We have a specific demain in the ESB. For this, I should set the domain name property "com.sonicsw.jndi.mfcontext.domain" in the JMS-Advanced Run time settings. But there is no option available to type Domain name in the JMS-Advanced Run time settings. I attached the screenshot of JMS-Advanced Run time settings window.

 

Please send me, how to add this additional settings (Domain name)?

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Does any one know solution to this ?

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Hello,

which LoadRunner/PC version are you using?

Please elaborate so we can understand the scope of your question.
The original post is about 6 years old, and the produts have gone through major changes in that time.

Thanks in advance,

Gil

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