Configuration information for static destinations is stored in configuration files for the EMS server. Changes to the configuration information can be made in a variety of ways. To manage static destinations, you can edit the configuration files using a text editor, you can use the administration tool, or you can use the administration APIs.
Dynamic destinations are created on-the-fly by the EMS server, as required by client applications. Dynamic destinations do not appear in the configuration files and exist as long as there are messages or consumers on the destination. A client cannot use JNDI to lookup dynamic queues and topics.
TIBCO Enterprise Message Service supports temporary destinations as defined in JMS specification and its API.
Servers connected by routes exchange messages sent to temporary topics. As a result, temporary topics are ideal destinations for reply messages in request/reply interactions.