A SAF queue represents a JMS queue in a remote server or cluster. SAF
queues are used for asynchronous and disconnected peer communications.
Messages delivered to a SAF queue are temporarily stored for future
delivery, and are forwarded to a JMS queue on a remote server or cluster
when it is reachable.
To configure a SAF queue's properties:
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 SAF imported destination
resource that you want to configure:
Remote JNDI Name --
Specify the remote JNDI name of the remote destination.
Local JNDI Name --
Specify the local JNDI name of the remote destination.
-- Select the quality of service for non-persistent
SAF Error Handling
-- Select the error handling configuration used by this SAF
Enable SAF Default
Time-to-Live -- Select to override the expiration time
set on JMS messages with the value specified in the SAF
Default Time-to-Live field.
SAF Default Time-to-Live -- Specify a
default Time-to-Live value, in milliseconds, for JMS messages. The
expiration time set on JMS messages will override this value
unless the Enable SAF Default Time-to-Live
check box is selected
Message Unit-of-Order Routing --
Specify the type of routing used to find a SAF agent when using
the message Unit-of-Order feature.