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From "Jessy (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (AMQ-4194) With JDBC persistence feature for AMQ, webconsole does not show up any queues ,but just a blank table.
Date Wed, 28 Nov 2012 09:02:58 GMT

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Jessy updated AMQ-4194:
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    Description: 
Hi Developers,

I am basically trying to set up JBDC persistance feature on ActiveMQ.

Below are the steps:
1.Made appropriate entries required in the "activemq-jdbc. xml"[conf folder of AMQ installation
directory]
2.I have imported "activemq-jdbc. xml" in my activemq.xml file[/opt/apache/installed/activemq55-5.5.1/conf]
3.AMQ starts up successfuuly and I am able to see the Tables namely "ACTIVEMQ_MSGS,ACTIVEMQ_LOCK,ACTIVEMQ_ACKS"
being created in my datasource. When i post the messages to the queues, database table ACTIVEMQ_MSGS
stores the message.
But,when I check my webconsole, I just see an empty table, no queue related information is
shown up. 
Without JDBC setup, I would be able to see the list of queues on my AMQ webconsole. Would
want this to be the same with JDBC feature too.
Looks like a bug to me. If not,kindly let me know if there are added configurations need to
be done to set this right. Kindly throw more light on this issue. 
Kindly let me know if you need more information to debug this issue.

PFA


Regards
Jessy





  was:
Hi Developers,

I am basically trying to set up JBDC on ActiveMQ.
Below are the steps:
1.Made appropriate entries required in the "activemq-jdbc. xml"[conf folder of AMQ installation
directory]
2.I have imported "activemq-jdbc. xml" in my activemq.xml file[/opt/apache/installed/activemq55-5.5.1/conf]
3.AMQ starts up successfuuly and I am able to see the Tables namely "ACTIVEMQ_MSGS,ACTIVEMQ_LOCK,ACTIVEMQ_ACKS"
being created in my datasource. When i post the messages to the queues, database table ACTIVEMQ_MSGS
stores the message.
 But,when I check my webconsole, I just see an empty table, no queue related information is
shown up. 
Withtout JDBC setup, I would be able to see the list of queues on my AMQ webconsole. Would
want this to be the same with JDBC feature too.
Looks like a bug to me. If not,kindly let me know if there are added configurations need to
be done to set this right. Kindly throw more light on this issue. 
Kindly let me know if you need more information to debug this issue.

PFA 


Regards
Jessy





    
> With JDBC persistence feature for AMQ, webconsole does not show up any queues ,but just
a blank table.
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: AMQ-4194
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AMQ-4194
>             Project: ActiveMQ
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: activemq-pool, Documentation
>    Affects Versions: 5.5.1
>         Environment: I have ActiveMQ Version 5.5.1 installed on my linux[RHEL] box.
>            Reporter: Jessy
>            Priority: Critical
>
> Hi Developers,
> I am basically trying to set up JBDC persistance feature on ActiveMQ.
> Below are the steps:
> 1.Made appropriate entries required in the "activemq-jdbc. xml"[conf folder of AMQ installation
directory]
> 2.I have imported "activemq-jdbc. xml" in my activemq.xml file[/opt/apache/installed/activemq55-5.5.1/conf]
> 3.AMQ starts up successfuuly and I am able to see the Tables namely "ACTIVEMQ_MSGS,ACTIVEMQ_LOCK,ACTIVEMQ_ACKS"
being created in my datasource. When i post the messages to the queues, database table ACTIVEMQ_MSGS
stores the message.
> But,when I check my webconsole, I just see an empty table, no queue related information
is shown up. 
> Without JDBC setup, I would be able to see the list of queues on my AMQ webconsole. Would
want this to be the same with JDBC feature too.
> Looks like a bug to me. If not,kindly let me know if there are added configurations need
to be done to set this right. Kindly throw more light on this issue. 
> Kindly let me know if you need more information to debug this issue.
> PFA
> Regards
> Jessy

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