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A distributed queue is a set of physical queues that are called under a single JNDI name so they appear to be a single, logical destination to a client, when the members of the set are actually distributed across multiple servers within a cluster, with each destination member belonging to a separate JMS server. This page summarizes the distributed queues that have been created for this JMS module. This page summarizes the distributed queues that have been created for this JMS module.
You can create a uniform distributed destination, which automatically creates uniformly-configured destination members on selected JMS servers, or on all JMS servers on a target server or cluster. This feature ensures the consistent configuration of all distributed destination parameters, particularly in regards to weighting, security, persistence, paging, and quotas. If necessary, you can also continue to manually configure and fine-tune weighted distributed destination members.