In Chapter 6, the use of the outbound JMS Adapter in SOA Suite is described. In order to implement the services described in the chapter, some setting up of JMS resources is required in your WebLogic Server. This article describes the steps you need to go through in terms of preparation, resulting in a JMS queue with a JNDI name of jms/finance/AircraftMovementsQueue in the SOAJMSModule and a Connection Factory called jms/finance/FinanceConnectionFactory in that same JMS Module.
Note: in real life you should be creating your own JMS Module instead of using the SOAJMSModule that SOA Suite uses itself. In the context of the book, to keep things simple, we will violate that rule.