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From Tim Bain <>
Subject Re: ActiveMQ-DB-persistence
Date Wed, 17 Sep 2014 20:14:36 GMT
Hopefully you saw that the mailing list thread you referenced was from nine
years ago.  You might want to consult more current information, such as and

I've not used JDBC persistence in years, but my understanding is that the
tables are created automatically; you could test that by creating a small
test database and pointing AMQ at it and seeing what happens.

You can see the table definitions by looking at the SQL commands that
create them e.g. in$maven2@org.apache.activemq$activemq-osgi@5.10.0@org$apache$activemq$store$jdbc$
or directly within the ActiveMQ source code.

But all of this begs the question "Why are you using JDBC?"  By all
accounts, it's far less performant than LevelDB or even KahaDB, so why is
this a path you're even trying to go down, rather than using one of those
other performance adapters?


On Wed, Sep 17, 2014 at 1:39 AM, mauro <> wrote:

> hi all . Excuse me but i am a newbie of AMQ
> I am a  TOMEE  users .
> I study JMS and now i would  try to use the durable Topic messages.
> I have read from :
> Now i would try to persist durable topic messages to mydatasource myql
> declared into tomee.xml .
> From the article reported above i have read some on journal use ?????????
> 1) what it is journal ?
> 2) how i can config for use mydatasource for persist the durable topic
> messages?
> 3)  into the db mysql, what table i have to create?
> 4) the tables what field contain?
> 5) the tables are created automatically ???
> 6) i have to use JDBC or i can use JPA?
> Escuse me but i am a newbie of AMQ and JMS.
> mauro
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