I have found one culprit that is contributing to this issue.
My development environment is a VirtualBox Centos 5.11 environment (clients
choice) that has Python2.4 installed as the primary Python version . I am using
an alternative install of Python 2.6.8.
The install of the Python has seemed to place critical elements into Python 2.4
related folders not in my PATH.
Is it possible to setup the QPID Python version so that it points at an
alternative Python install?
From: Jakub Scholz [ja...@scholz.cz]
Sent: Monday, February 22, 2016 10:22 AM
Subject: Re: Need Help! qpid-cofig: No module named qpid.messaging
I think you need to download and install the Python version of the Qpid
Messaging API. You can download it for example here
http://qpid.apache.org/components/messaging-api/index.html or on
http://qpid.apache.org/download.html. If you don't want to install it into
the system directories, it should be enough if you copy the mllib and qpid
directories next to your qpid-config.
On Mon, Feb 22, 2016 at 4:40 PM, Flores, Paul A. <paul.a.flo...@saic.com>
> All the I can find when I Google on this messaging I am getting is dated
> 2010. It references a QMF extras folder that does not exist.
> Surely there has to be some updated guidance to this issue?
> This is "blocking" my current sprint progress!