The Getting Started with OpenJMS document contains a quick start guide.
The Users Guide section contains a comprehensive user guide
The Administrators Guide section contains a comprehensive guide to OpenJMS administration.
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> cd %OPENJMS_HOME%\bin > openjms run
The value of the log4j.configuration property must be a URL, and can refer to either a log4j .properties or .xml configuration file. E.g:
> java -Dlog4j.configuration=file:/c:/some-dir-path/log4j.properties ...
Refer to the log4j manual for more details.
If the reported JAR is one built by OpenJMS, it means that it hasn't been installed to maven's local repository.
If the reported JAR is a third-party JAR, it means that it wasn't found in the remote repository (by default, http://www.ibiblio.org/maven).
See Third party JARs