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From Adrian Co <>
Subject Re: ActiveMQ in JBoss - Derby
Date Wed, 06 Sep 2006 19:42:41 GMT
Could you include the full stack trace?

johper wrote:
> Hi,
> Deployed ActiveMQ (Servicemix-SAR service archive) in Jboss and dropped my
> servicemix-service-assembly containing JMS-bindings which communicates with
> JBossMQ via JNDI, everything works really fine.
> Next step is to switch JBossMQ persistence database from bundled Hypersonic
> to Derby. To be able to connect to Derby I placed derby.jar,
> derby-client.jar and also built JBoss to be able to get the missing
> classfile "DerbyDatabase" in the derby-plugin.jar file. So derby.jar,
> derby-client.jar and derby-plugin.jar is now in my JBoss/<>/lib catalog
> together with. And I have a derby-ds.xml from JBoss samples, placed in JBoss
> deploy catalog.
> When rebooting JBoss it comes up with no warning/errors (I can see
> DerbyDatabase in JBoss/JMX and in the "data" dir there is a "derby" for my
> newly created derby-ds.xml, binds to jndi name etc.) .
> When I run my previously fine working servicemix-service-assembly it says
> ERROR, but starts! There is a "SedaFlow error...". Difference from running
> with no ERROR is derby.jar, derby-client.jar and derby-plugin.jar in JBoss
> lib catalog and the derby-ds.xml database profile in the jboss-deploy
> catalog.
> ActiveMQ (Servicemix) broker use Derby internally ? I sit with two embedded
> Derby in same JBoss VM ? Possible to have both ActiveMQ and JBossMQ using
> Derby as persistence database?
> Johan

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