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From guerra <jg.gue...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: On-disk persisted message queues on consumer failure
Date Thu, 11 Oct 2012 15:33:20 GMT
Thanks and yes, I think you are fully right. It must be camel is building up
the memory. In fact that is what it shows up on the camel monitor anyway!. I
was confused myself!

I was reading your link and it looks promising alright. I looked up the
"Database Sample" and it seems that it could solve my scenario. I am going
to setup the Spring TM to mark the route as transacted and we'll see how it
goes.
Thus theoretically, if I shutdown the database, ActiveMQ should use KahaDB
to persist those non committed messages by Camel. Anyway, I'll post the
results in a few days.

Cheers





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