After you create a queue,
you can change the default message delivery failure values, like
defining a message redelivery limit, selecting a message expiration
policy, and specifying an error destination for expired or undeliverable
To configure message delivery failure options for a queue:
If you have not already done so, in the Change Center of the Administration Console, click Lock & Edit (see Use the Change Center).
Administration Console, navigate to the queue resource that you want
Redelivery Delay Override, specify the
delay before rolled back or recovered messages are redelivered,
regardless of the Redelivery Delay specified by the consumer
and/or connection factory.
Redelivery Limit, specify the number of
redelivery tries a message can have before it is moved to an error
Expiration Policy, select the expiration
policy (Discard, Log, or Redirect) used when an expired or
undeliverable message is encountered on a destination.
Expiration Logging Policy, if Log is
the selected Expiration Policy, specify what information about the
message that you want to be logged.
Error Destination, when the Expiration
Policy is set to Redirect, select a
pre-configured destination to receive messages that have expired
or reached their redelivery limit. The error destination must be
targeted to the same JMS server as the destinations for which the
error destination is defined. If no error destination is
configured, then expired or undeliverable messages are simply