Use the DMS configuration file (discussed in the Configuring Patch Bay section) to create Local JMS destinations. These destinations are specified by name, separated into topics and queues:





When a Nucleus-based application starts up, it create these destinations with the JNDI names localdms:/local/MyApp/RegistrationEvents, localdms:/local/MyApp/FinancialEvents, and localdms:/local/MyApp/Orders.

Remember that Local JMS keeps no state, so adding these topics and queues simply creates named locations for messages to be sent locally. Nothing is actually added to a back-end storage system.

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