After creating a JMS system module, you can configure resources for the module, including stand-alone queues and topics, distributed queues and topics, connection factories, JMS templates, destination sort keys, destination quota, foreign servers, and JMS SAF (store-and-forward) parameters.
To create resources for a JMS module:
Depending on the type of resource you select, you will be prompted to enter basic information to create the resource.
Note: Most JMS resources have additional parameters that can be modified after they are created. For example, you can modify the default message threshold values or enable message logging for queues, topics, and templates.