JMS destinations serve as the repositories for messages. Using the Admin Console, you can create, modify or delete JMS Destination Resources. To create a new JMS Destination Resource, select Resources>JMS Resources>Destination Resources. In the Destination Resources page, you can specify the following:
JNDI Name for the resource. It is a recommended practice to use the naming subcontext prefix jms/ for JMS resources. For example: jms/Queue.
The resource type, which can be javax.jms.Topic or javax.jms.Queue.
Additional properties for the destination resource. For more details about all these settings and the additional properties, refer to the Admin Console Online Help.
To manage JMS destinations using the command-line utility, use create-jms-resource, or delete-jms-resource command.
To specify the addresslist property (in the format host:mqport,host2:mqport,host3:mqport) for asadmin create-jms-resource command, escape the : by using \\. For example, host1\\:mqport,host2\\:mqport,host3\\:mpqport.
For more information on using escape characters, see the asadmin(8) man page.