Before you begin
Prior to creating a JMS module override, you must have previously created a JMS system module. See Configure JMS system modules.
Resource overriding allows administrators to customize resources at the partition level. A JMS system module override defines partition-specific overrides for the most commonly overridden attributes in a JMS system resource descriptor file. It overrides some of the settings in a same-named JMSSystemResource MBean instance in the same multi-tenant scope to which this override MBean belongs.
The Domain Partitions table displays all the partitions defined in the domain.
The JMS Module Overrides table displays all the JMS module overrides that have been configured in this domain partition.
The system matches overrides using the name of the overriding configuration MBean with the name of the actual resource to be overridden.
The new JMS module override appears in the module overrides table.
After you finish
If the resource is running, you must restart the partition for the overrides to take effect.