1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 16, 2010 12:43 PM by tomj

    Cannot authenticate with external JMS provider

    ustad1024

       

      Hello everyone -

       

      I have a flex app that needs remote JMS access. I have configured my "messaging-config.xml" file w/ the proper JNDI settings, but I am unable to publish or subscribe JMS data from the webapp.

       

      I know my content within messaging-config.xml is correct because if I change the JMS login username, password, or factory name, I get different errors. Plus I know for a fact I have to correct JNDI information.

       

      Here is what I see on my tomcat log, could anybody help me out? Can lcds not find Context.SECURITY_PRINCIPAL name or does 'user' refer to something else?

       

       

      [lcds]08/10/2010 00:24:51.478 JMS producer for JMS destination 'testDestination1' is starting.

      [lcds]08/10/2010 00:24:51.490 Error invoking service 'message-service': flex.messaging.MessageException: JMS invocation caught exception: Could not authenticate user null.

        incomingMessage: Flex Message (flex.messaging.messages.AsyncMessageExt)

          clientId = 6438C6DB-3B08-06C1-7C19-38E316344E01

          correlationId =

          destination = testDestination1

          messageId = 7ABBA48E-1D0B-BF88-CA6B-59620D049536

          timestamp = 1281399891467

          timeToLive = 0

          body = <TESTJMSMSG/>

          hdr(CONN) = 4

          hdr(DSId) = 6438C116-2E0D-C1BB-4C57-A78FA5DFEEB8

          hdr(timeToLive) = 0

          hdr(DSEndpoint) = my-rtmp

        Exception: flex.messaging.MessageException: JMS invocation caught exception: Could not authenticate user null.

              at flex.messaging.services.messaging.adapters.JMSAdapter.constructMessageException(JMSAdapte r.java:755)

              at flex.messaging.services.messaging.adapters.JMSAdapter.invoke(JMSAdapter.java:368)

              at flex.messaging.services.MessageService.serviceMessage(MessageService.java:318)

              at flex.messaging.services.MessageService.serviceMessage(MessageService.java:233)

              at flex.messaging.services.MessageService.serviceMessage(MessageService.java:224)

              at flex.messaging.AsyncMessageBroker.in(AsyncMessageBroker.java:435)

              at flex.messaging.MessageContext.doIn(MessageContext.java:296)

              at flex.messaging.filters.AsyncMessageFilterChain.in(AsyncMessageFilterChain.java:206)

              at flex.messaging.MessageContext.doIn(MessageContext.java:296)

              at flex.messaging.AsyncMessageBroker$EndpointSplitter.in(AsyncMessageBroker.java:829)

              at flex.messaging.MessageContext.doIn(MessageContext.java:296)

              at flex.messaging.endpoints.BaseSocketServerEndpoint.in(BaseSocketServerEndpoint.java:463)

              at flex.messaging.MessageContext.doIn(MessageContext.java:296)

              at flex.messaging.endpoints.RTMPConnection.handleTCCommandIn(RTMPConnection.java:835)

              at flex.messaging.endpoints.RTMPConnection.in(RTMPConnection.java:985)

              at flex.messaging.endpoints.RTMPConnection.serviceTCMessage(RTMPConnection.java:1072)

              at flex.messaging.endpoints.RTMPConnection.doRead(RTMPConnection.java:610)

              at flex.messaging.endpoints.RTMPProtocolHandler.doRead(RTMPProtocolHandler.java:125)

              at flex.messaging.socketserver.Connection$ConnectionReader.run(Connection.java:864)

              at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.runTask(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:886)

              at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.run(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:908)

              at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:619)