How could wM Broker be a JMS provider for a Java application

After a few days searching, I decided to post my question here.

Could wM Broker really be a JMS provider for a Java application?

My question starts with wM Broker naming service, which is not supported in production based on documentation. As a result, we need to have JDNI provider in the middle between Java application and wM Broker. Sun file system JNDI provider could be a candidate. To do so, how could we create a jndi.properties or .bindings file out of wM Broker JMS Admin objects, if we configure the queue/topic in MWS?

JMS Adapter was used before wM IS 7. We are using wM 7.1.2 and will be on 8 next year. If there is no way to have jdni.properties generated against wM Broker objects, the Broker could not be used as JMS provider for a outsider, I would think.

Any insights and experience, please share. Thanks in advance.

Kathy

Just give an update on the question I posted before to share with you guys.
Here is the latest the news from AG, which overwrites the following ticket issued in 2009.
http://communities.softwareag.com/download/techniques/Issue1/SAG_wMSpot_Broker8.0_SprSum10.pdf

wM build JNDI is supported in production environment starting wM 7.1.2.

Kathy