The type and name of the destination.
Individual and aggregate limits for destinations (the maximum number of messages, the maximum number of total bytes, the maximum number of bytes per message, the maximum number of producers).
What the broker should do when individual or aggregate limits are exceeded.
The maximum number of messages to be delivered in a single batch.
Whether deleted messages for a destination should be sent to the dead message queue.
In the case of a broker cluster, whether a destination should be propagated to other brokers in the cluster.
For a queue destination you can also configure the maximum number of active and back up consumers and you can specify (for broker clusters) whether delivery to a local queue is preferred.
You can also configure the limits and behavior of the dead message queue. Note, however, that default properties for this queue differ from those of a standard queue.