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Configuring Java Messaging Services (JMS) > Configuring WebLogic Server JMS

Configuring WebLogic Server JMS

Configuring WebLogic Server encompasses the configuration of all components of the JMS architecture, such as JMS servers, JMS modules that include destinations, and the persistent store for storing messages. You may also need to configure the JMS store-and-forward mechanism, depending on your architecture. Let's start with creating and configuring the JMS server.

Creating a JMS Server

A JMS server is a container for JMS queue and topic destinations in the JMS modules deployed to the WebLogic Server. It's the JMS server that actually implements the JMS messaging services. It's important to note the following things about a JMS Server:

art A JMS server belongs to a single WebLogic Server instance, and the same instance can host multiple JMS servers.


  

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