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Description: An optional description for the resource.
Category: An optional category string that can be used to classify or
group the resource.
Persistence: This parameter lets you specify whether the messages sent
to the destinations are persistent, non-persistent, or defined by the
application.
Priority & Specified Priority: This defines the message priority for the
destination if the application is defined or specified. In the last case, the
Specified Priority parameter must be a number in the range 0 through 9,
where 0 is the lowest priority and 9 the highest priority.
Expiry & Specified Expiry: This defines the conditions when a message
sent to this destination will expire. It accepts three possible values:
Application defined: the JMS client will be responsible for specifying
the expiry conditions for every message sent to this destination.
Unlimited: messages to this destination will not expire.
Specified: messages to this destination will expire after the amount of
milliseconds specified in the Specified Expiry parameter.
12.2.3 Define the queue for the JMS server
The following steps show the queue definition for the embedded JMS server in
WebSphere V5:
1. Start the WebSphere Administrative Console and log in.
2. Queues (as well as topics) are finally defined in the JMS server component.
To define the queue, click
Servers -> Application Servers.
3. Select the server you want to create the queue for, for example select
server1.
4. Click the
Server Components link.
5. Select the
JMS Server component.
6. On the following window, list the queue names you want to use with the JMS
server.

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