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The JMS server configuration is done through the messaging subsystem. In this chapter we are going outline the frequently used configuration options. For a more detailed explanation please consult the HornetQ user guide (See "Component Reference"). 

Connection Factories

The JMS connection factories can be split into two kinds: In-VM connections and connections factories that can be used by remote clients. Each connection factory does reference a connector declaration, that is associated with a socket binding. The connection factory entry declaration specifies the JNDI name under which the factory will be exposed.

(See standalone/configuration/standalone.xml)

Queues and Topics

Queues and topics are sub resources of the messaging subsystem.
Each entry refers to a JNDI name of the queue or topic:

(See standalone/configuration/standalone.xml)

JMS endpoints can easily be created through the CLI:

A number of additional commands to maintain the JMS subsystem are available as well:

Dead Letter & Redelivery

Some of the settings are applied against an address wild card instead of a specific messaging destination. The dead letter queue and redelivery settings belong into this group:

(See standalone/configuration/standalone.xml)

Security Settings

Security constraints are matched against an address wildcard, similar to the DLQ and redelivery settings.

(See standalone/configuration/standalone.xml)

Component Reference

The messaging subsystem is provided by the HornetQ project. Fo a detailed description of the available configuration properties, please consult the project documentation.

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