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From radha_mit <Radhakrishn...@ivycomptech.com>
Subject regarding ActiveMQ MemoryPersistence Adapter
Date Thu, 08 Jul 2010 09:04:29 GMT


The MemoryTransactionStore contains a rollback method that is called when
the broker is crashed or shutting down.  The rollback method then removes
the transactionIds in the two concurrent HashMaps.

Actually why is it removing the transactions ? i tried commenting those
lines and i found no problem in activeMQ execution ?

Can any one tell the significance of that rollback method and what are  the
consequences if the method body is uncommented ? 


Thanks,
Radha
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