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Quota are used to control the allotment of system resources available to destinations. For example, a quota can determine the number of bytes or messages that a destination is allowed to store.
This page summarizes the quota configurations that have been created for the current JMS module.
Destinations can be assigned their own quotas; multiple destinations can share a quota; or destinations can share a JMS server's quota. In addition, a destination that defines its own quota now no longer also shares space in a targeted JMS server's quota. JMS servers still allow the direct configuration of message and byte quotas. However, these attributes are only used to provide quota for destinations that do not refer to a quota object.