Hi all, in our environment we have a domain which has two machines. One is running the AdminServer and Node1 and the 2nd machine is running Node2. For each Node I have created a JMS Server and a corresponding file store located at each machine. I've also created a JMS Module containing our required queues, factories and topics. Queues and Topics are of the Uniform Distributed type. I've targeted this module at the cluster and experimented with creating a subdeployment. But from what I recon, since all my resources have default targeting enabled, a subdeployment is not required, they target what is targeted by the JMS Module, right? However I get an exception when both nodes are up: <An error occurred while forwarding a message for distributed destination member MyJMSModule!MyJMSServer@myTopic: weblogic.messaging.dispatcher.DispatcherException: java.rmi.RemoteException: Couldn't connect to weblogic.rjvm.RJVMImpl@187766d - id: '-1415064081927280896S:10.0.0.5: [7001,7001,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1]:app1:7003,app2:7001:my_domain :NodeApp2' connect time: 'Tue Nov 04 11:47:01 EET 2008' - it is likely that the connection has already been shut down; nested exception is: 5564732 java.rmi.ConnectException: Couldn't connect to weblogic.rjvm.RJVMImpl@187766d - id: '-1415064081927280896S:10.48.92.70:[7001,7001,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1]:app1:7003,app2:7001:my_domain:NodeApp2' connect time: 'Tue Nov 04 11:47:01 EET 2008' - it is likely that the connection has already been shut down The two nodes are up and running and the node managers as well. Is this the correct way to create the queues and topics for a clustered environment? Thanks shiva