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From Christian Posta <christian.po...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Where's the records in my jdbc persistence store?
Date Fri, 07 Feb 2014 00:11:57 GMT
I hear you.

But you have to consider the fact that *unless you use durable
subscriptions* AND send persistent messages, you will NOT see messages
stored to the DB.

On Thu, Feb 6, 2014 at 5:06 PM, jlindwall <jlindwall@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Some additional info:  I can capture the summary information in my
> jmeter-based subscriber so we can see the JMS message headers.  I am
> appending this info here in case it helps diagnose my problem.
>
> FYI There are never any records created in ACTIVEMQ_ACKS either, as far as I
> can tell. I am using the TOAD GUI to watch these tables.
>
> To reiterate: I would like to prove that jdbc persistence is working by
> forcing records to be created in ACTIVEMQ_MSGS.
>
>
> Thread Name: Subscribers 1-1
> Sample Start: 2014-02-06 16:02:49 PST
> Load time: 33
> Latency: 0
> Size in bytes: 14
> Headers size in bytes: 0
> Body size in bytes: 14
> Sample Count: 1
> Error Count: 0
> Response code: 200
> Response message: 1 message(s) received successfully
>
> Response headers:
> JMSCorrelationId null
> JMSMessageId     ID:my.server.com-52812-1391730613955-9:1:1:1:15105
> JMSTimestamp     1391731369440
> JMSType          null
> JMSExpiration    1391731399440
> JMSPriority      4
> JMSDestination   topic://my.custom.Topic
> Properties:
> User    sammy
> Id      ACCT-1234567890
> Component       JMeterTestFixture
> Time    1389916241828
> Creator com.mbasys.fake.creatorId.JMeter@1f4b9e9
> Create  true
>
>
> SampleResult fields:
> ContentType:
> DataEncoding: null
>
>
>
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