Create and Configure JMS Administered Objects

Step 17: By default the target server will be driven by which server was mapped to the initial JMS system module( in this case it is the Admin server). If the default target needs to be changed then it can be done through Advanced Targeting. Click on Advance Targeting option.

Step 17 Advance Targetting

Step 17 Advance Targetting

Step 18:  Target the connection factory object to the Subdeployment module.

Step 18 Target the JMS Server

Step 18 Target the JMS Server

Step 19: Connection factory resource will be created successfully.

Step 19 Connection Factory Created Successfully

Step 19 Connection Factory Created Successfully

Step 20: Now we will create a JMS Queue resource. Click New under the configuration tab as shown in the previous screenshot. Select the type of resource as Queue.

Step 20 Create JMS resource - Queue

Step 20 Create JMS resource - Queue

Step 21: Provide a Queue name and JNDI name to this new resource.

Step 21 Configure Queue

Step 21 Configure Queue

Step 22: Target the queue to the Subdeployment for grouping.

Step 22 Target JMS Server for the Subdeployment

Step 22 Target JMS Server for the Subdeployment

Great, finally both the administered objects (Connection factory and the queue) are created through the weblogic admin console.

JMS resources created successfully

JMS resources created successfully

In the next series we will show how the JMS clients uses these JMS administered objects.

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