Network Deployment (Distributed operating systems), v8.0 > Reference > Sets
A JMS queue destination is used for point-to-point messaging. Use this panel to create or delete queue destinations, or to select a queue destination to view or change its configuration properties.
In the administrative console, to view this page click Resources > JMS ->Queues.
To change what entries are listed, or to change what information is shown for entries in the list, use the Filter settings.
This page lists the JMS queue destinations that are available to WAS applications at the scope indicated by the Scope field.
Use a queue destination to manage JMS queues for the JMS provider that is named in the Provider column of the list. Connections to the queue are created by a unified connection factory or queue connection factory for that JMS provider.
If WebSphere MQ functionality has been disabled, an informational message indicating that WebSphere MQ has been disabled appears when the scope field is set to a scope which is the same as, or above, the scope at which WebSphere MQ has been disabled, or when the scope field is set to display all scopes. Note that this informational message is not displayed if you are viewing a provider specific collection that is not for WebSphere MQ (for example, the default messaging provider collection). In a single server environment this informational message is only displayed when the server is restarted after WebSphere MQ functionality has been disabled. In a network deployment environment the informational message is displayed immediately. For more information see Disable WebSphere MQ functionality in WAS.
The display name of each queue destination instance.
The JNDI name of each queue destination instance.
The messaging provider that supports each queue destination instance.
An optional description of each queue destination instance.
The level to which this resource definition is visible; for example, the cell, node, cluster, or server level.
New Create a new JMS resource of this type. Delete Delete the selected items.
Choosing a messaging provider
Disable WebSphere MQ functionality in WAS
List JMS resources for the WebSphere MQ messaging provider
List JMS resources for a third-party non-JCA messaging provider
List v5 default messaging resources
List JMS resources for the default messaging provider
Configure a queue for the default messaging provider
Configure a queue for the WebSphere MQ messaging provider
Configure a JMS destination for a third-party non-JCA messaging provider
Configure a queue for v5 default messaging
WebSphere MQ messaging provider queue settings
Third-party JMS destination settings
Version 5 default messaging queue settings
Map of administrative console panel names to command names and WebSphere MQ names
JMS interfaces - explicit polling for messages