Broker 10.5 | webMethods Broker Documentation | webMethods Broker Messaging Programmer's Guide | webMethods Naming Service for JMS: Configuration Settings and Properties | Using a JNDI Properties File | Typical Properties File
Typical Properties File
A finished properties file for the Naming Service looks similar to the following example:
[1] java.naming.factory.initial=com.sun.jndi.ldap.LdapCtxFactory
[2] java.naming.provider.url=ldap://
[3] com.webmethods.jms.naming.clientgroup=admin
[6] com.webmethods.jms.naming.keystore=C:/BrokerSSL/MyKeystore.p12
[7] com.webmethods.jms.naming.truststore=C:/BrokerSSL/MyTruststore.jks
[8] com.webmethods.jms.naming.encrypted=True
At a minimum, you must provide the properties shown on lines 1 and 2. When you use JMSAdmin to perform administrative tasks with Naming Service, you must also specify the clientgroup property as shown on line 3. Setting the clientgroup property to admin gives you write permission for the Naming Service.