In today’s article we are going try to create and configure JMS resources. You can refer to the JMS Architecture in the previous article.
We will be using the Weblogic Application server which implements the JMS Servers and Message providers for configuring the JMS resources and manage them. The picture below represents the Weblogic admin console. Here we can configure the administered objects and also monitor the queue and topics.
Step 1: Weblogic Admin Console
Step 2: Click on the JMS Servers under Messaging in Services section. In the below picture the default Weblogic JMS servers are displayed. Click New to configure a new JMS server.
Step 3: Create a JMS server
Step 4: Mapping of the JMS server to one of the Weblogic server instance
Step 5: The JMS server has been created successfully.
Step 6: Create a JMS module which holds the JMS system resources like queues, topics, connection factories etc. Click New.
Step 7: Provide a name to the System module (here it is the default name SystemModule-0). The JMS resources like queue, topic, connection factories etc. are configured as System modules. The Weblogic system administrators are responsible for configuring and managing these system modules. Click Next button as mentioned in the screenshot.
Step 8: Select the Weblogic server instance where this JMS system module will be deployed.