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After you create all the queues, the destination window looks similar to
Figure 9-32.
Figure 9-32 All destination queues created
Creating Queue Connection Factories
You need to create the following Queue Connection Factories:
ActivityQueueConnectionFactory
AirlineQueueConnectionFactory
LodgingQueueConnectionFactory
OpcQueueConnectionFactory
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To create the Queue Connection Factories:
1. Navigate to Resources JMS Queue connection factories. Select the
Server scope as Node=blade18Node01, Server=server1 as shown in
Figure 9-33.
Figure 9-33 Select scope for queue connection factory
2. Click New to create a new Queue Connection Factory.
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3. Select Default messaging provider and click OK (Figure 9-34).
Figure 9-34 Message Provider for queue connection factory
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4. Enter the following fields and click Apply as shown in Figure 9-35.
Name ActivityQueueConnectionFactory
JNDI name jms/activity/QueueConnectionFactory
Bus name AdventureBuilderBus
Figure 9-35 Properties of Queue Connection Factory
5. Click Save to master configuration. Repeat steps 2 through 4 for each
Queue Connection Factory with the values shown in Table 9-1.
Table 9-1 Queue Connection Factory details
Name JNDI Name Bus Name
AirlineQueueConnectionFactory jms/airline/QueueConnectionFactory AdventureBuilderBus
LodgingQueueConnectionFactory jms/lodging/QueueConnectionFactory AdventureBuilderBus
OpcQueueConnectionFactory jms/opc/QueueConnectionFactory AdventureBuilderBus
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After completing all the steps, the window should look similar to Figure 9-36.
Figure 9-36 All Queue Connection Factories created
Creating queues
You need to create queues for all the MDBs. You have already created bus and
queue destinations in earlier steps. You now create the following seven queues:
ActivityQueue with JNDI Name: jms/activity/ActivityQueue
AirlineQueue with JNDI Name: jms/airline/AirlineQueue
LodgingQueue with JNDI Name: jms/lodging/LodgingQueue
CRMQueue with JNDI Name: jms/opc/CRMQueue
OrderFillerQueue with JNDI Name: jms/opc/OrderFillerQueue
WebServiceBrokerQueue with JNDI Name:
jms/opc/WebServiceBrokerQueue
WorkFlowMgrQueue with JNDI Name: jms/opc/WorkFlowMgrQueue

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