I am using J2EE JMS Queues on JBoss 4.0.3 server. I am trying to figure out how to change the default value for the "timeToLive" parameter from 0 to 60000. I want to change the value so that the messages I place on the queues will expire rather than sit there indefinitely. I found the settings for the DLQ dead letter queue in a file called jbossstandard.xml. Do I need to add my queues to this file in order to set a default timeToLive parameter? I noticed that changing the timetolive param can be accomplised in code (programmatically) but I would like to do this administratively. Anyone know how to change the timetolive param administratively?
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This exercise is about for the following scenario:
Dmgr and One node with 2 application server.
Each application server contains it owns application.
Application server name as follows
server1 contains app1
server2 contains app1
There are numerous questions about how to setup an IBM HTTP Server to be administered from WebSphere Application Server administrative console. I do hope this article will wrap things up and become a reference for this task.
You need three things…