A JMS bridge uses the connection factories configured for link sources, link targets, and DMQs to create connections to the Message Queue broker and the external JMS provider. When making connections, the JMS bridge follows these rules to determine whether to use a pooled connection, a shared connection, or a dedicated connection:
For link source connections, the JMS bridge always uses a dedicated connection.
For link target and DMQ connections, the JMS bridge uses:
A pooled connection if the link target's or DMQ's stay-connected attribute is false and the connection factory has no JMS client identifier configured.
A dedicated connection if the link target's or DMQ's stay-connected attribute is true or if the link target's or DMQ's clientid attribute is set
A shared connection in all other cases