Step 9: JMS System module successfully created.
Step 10: To create a sub-deployment go to the Subdeployments tab. A sub-deployment is a mechanism by which JMS module resources (e.g. queues, topics, connection factories etc) are grouped and targeted to a server resource (e.g. JMS server, server instances) and this grouping helps in avoiding extra network traffic as the resources are co-located.
Step 11: Name the Subdeployment.
Step 12: Target the new Subdeployment to the JMS Server.
Step 13: Subdeployment created successfully.
Step 14: Configure a JMS Connection factory through Admin console
Click the Subdeployment link to configure the JMS resources queue, topic destinations, JMS connection factories, JMS templates. Click on the New button to create them.
Step 15: Select Connection Factory resource
Step 16: Provide a name and JNDI name to the connection factory resource. This JNDI name will be used in the client code to talk to the connection factory object.