Uniform Distributed Queue: Subdeployment
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Use this page to select a subdeployment to assign this uniform distributed queue. A subdeployment is a mechanism by which targetable system module resources are grouped and targeted to specific server resources within a system module's targeting scope. To reconfigure a subdeployment's targets, use the parent module's subdeployment management page.
Caution: Changing the targets of a uniform distributed queue can lead to the removal of a member queue and the unintentional loss of messages.
Name Description Subdeployment
The subdeployment groups within this JMS module. Subdeployments enable you to deploy some resources in a JMS module to a JMS server and other JMS resources to a server instance or cluster.
Standalone queues or topics can only be targeted to a single JMS server. Whereas, connection factories, uniform distributed destinations (UDDs), and foreign servers can be targeted to one or more JMS servers, one or more server instances, or to a cluster. Therefore, standalone queues or topics cannot be associated with a subdeployment if other members of the subdeployment are targeted to multiple JMS servers. However, UDDs can be associated with such subdeployments since the purpose of UDDs is to distribute its members to multiple JMS servers in a domain.