Adding a new JNDI InitialContext
Ensure you have a created containing all the JAR files needed, as described in Managing Providers, and then right click on the tree and selected Add Context.
Fill in all appropriate properties - you'll generally at least need classpathId, initialContextFactory and providerURL. If you need to reference non-standard JNDI properties then they can be placed into an external file and referenced with userPropertiesFile. Once configured double-click to browse the context. He
You can double click on a queue, topic or connection factory and Hermes will display any properties on the bean: