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From Gary Tully <gary.tu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Managing default persistence data?
Date Tue, 03 Mar 2009 12:29:57 GMT
There is no way to peek into internals of the sore on disk, but really
there is internals of the data store are best left 'internal'.
Using JMS browsers or the JMX api or the JMX Console it is possible to
understand what is in the store.

The broker has a deleteAllMessagesOnStartup attribute that will cause
a broker to purge all existing messages on start. Also the JMXConsole
and WebConsole support purging messages from particular queues or
topics.

What exactly do you want to achieve?

2009/3/3 klopus <alexander.x.bau@jpmorgan.com>:
>
> Hi. I'm using AMQ 5.2, but same applies to 5.1 as well.  I use default
> activemq.xml and thus default (built-in) Persistence Adapter that I
> understand has its data store under "${activemq.base}/data" directory.
>
> I was wondering if there's any way to examine what records got stored there
> and maybe delete some, etc.
>
> Sorry if that was asked before but I searched, honestly :)
>
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