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Configure path services

A path service is a persistent map that can be used to store the mapping of a group of messages to a messaging resource, such as a member of a distributed destination or a store-and-forward agent. It provides a way to enforce message ordering by pinning messages to a member of a cluster hosting servlets, distributed queue members, or store-and-forward agents.

The main steps for configuring a path service are:

  1. Configure custom persistent stores.

    The default persistent file store requires no additional configuration. A best practice to use a custom store instead of a default store.

  2. Create the cluster, distributed destination, or store-and-forward agents required.
  3. Create path services.

    Note: When targeting a cluster, you must specify a custom store with the same target, a migration policy of Always, and a distribution policy of Singleton.

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