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From "Hiram Chirino" <>
Subject Re: Creating New Persistence Adaptor
Date Thu, 26 Apr 2007 13:55:32 GMT
Hi Prashanth,

That's awesome.  Hi hope you will be contributing that back to the project? :D

Add a section like this to your pom.xml.  It will generate the xbean
mappings in the '' namespace.  Also make
sure you use the @xbean javadoc tags on your persistence adapter.


On 4/25/07, Anthrope <> wrote:
> Hello,
>      I am in the process of building a SleepyCat adaptor for ActiveMQ. The
> package under which I am putting the code is org/apache/activemq/store/bdb .
> I started out by creating a separate Maven project, and was able to build
> the project successfully. I configured the persistenceAdapter entry (called
> bdbPersistenceAdaptor) in my activemq.xml appropriately, and copied the jar
> file (called activemq-bdb-adaptor.jar) to $ACTIVEMQ_HOME/lib. However, I
> couldn't run activemq, the reason being that xbean was not able to find its
> mapping for the bdbPersistenceAdaptor. I am guessing that xbean was unable
> to find the xbean mapping file in the classpath.
>      I got around this by copying my code tree into the activemq-core source
> tree and building from there. I think this has the benefit of actually
> allowing the XSD for activemq.xml to reflect the possibility of an element
> called bdbPersistenceAdaptor (instead of the xs:any I would have to use if I
> compiled the project separately). However, I'd like to see if I can build my
> adaptor separately and add it as a separate jar file for activemq. Any ideas
> on how I can get my xbean class mapping file to be found on the classpath?
> Thanks much in advance,
> Prashanth
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