Sun Java System Application Server Enterprise Edition 8.1 2005Q2 Administration Guide

ProcedureTo create a JMS host

The Application Server Platform Edition expects there to be exactly one JMS host, whose default name is default_JMS_host. It is possible to create additional hosts, but the Application Serverhas no way of knowing about them.

  1. In the tree component, expand the Configurations node.

  2. Select the instance to configure:

    • To configure a particular instance, select the instance’s config node. For example, for the default instance, server, select the server-config node.

    • To configure the default settings for future instances that use a copy of default-config, select the default-config node.

  3. Expand the Java Message Service node.

  4. Select the JMS Hosts node.

  5. On the JMS Hosts page, click New. The Create JMS Host page appears.

  6. In the Name field, type the name of the host. For example:

  7. In the Host field, type the name or Internet Protocol (IP) address of the system where the JMS host will run (localhost or the name of the local or remote system).

  8. In the Port field, type the port number of the JMS service.

    Change this field only if the JMS service to be used is running on a non-default port. (The default port is 7676.)

  9. In the Admin Username and Admin Password fields, type the Message Queue broker user name and password.

    These are different from the Application Server user name and password. Edit these fields only if the Message Queue broker values have been changed using the MQ-install-dir/imq/bin/imqusermgr command. The default values are admin and admin.

  10. Click OK.

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