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From Rajith Attapattu <rajit...@gmail.com>
Subject Fwd: Using Qpid Persistence -- Help Required
Date Thu, 17 Mar 2011 14:20:21 GMT
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From: KB Shiva Gowda <Shiva.Gowda@headstrong.com>
Date: Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 9:30 AM
Subject: Using Qpid Persistence -- Help Required
To: "users-info@qpid.apache.org" <users-info@qpid.apache.org>
Cc: "users-owner@qpid.apache.org" <users-owner@qpid.apache.org>


 Hi,



I have built qpid C++ source and I am starting  the QPID with following
command



qpidd.exe --auth no  --data-dir "D:\QPID\Data" --load-module "D:\
qpidc-0.8\bin\stored.dll" --load-module
"D:\qpidc-0.8\bin\msclfs_stored.dll"



Is this the correct option to start QPID with Persistence?







It's creating QpidStore Database on my SQL Server.  But it's not persisting
the data published.



Here, How I tested this......

1) Start QPID with above command

2) Execute Subscriber/Listener and subscribed for topic 'abc'  -  Kill the
subscriber after this

3) Execute Publisher and publish  'abc' -- Kill the publisher after this

4) Run, Subscriber/Listener again, -- I got all messages published So,
in-memory persistence is working.



1) Start QPID with above command

2) Execute Subscriber/Listener and subscribed for topic 'abc'  -  Kill the
subscriber after this

3) Execute Publisher and publish  'abc' -- Kill the publisher after this
4)Shut down QPID

4) Run, Subscriber/Listener again, -- I got No messages



So, actual persistence is NOT working. OR my understanding of QPID
persistence is wrong.



Please help me in enabling it.



Thanks,

KBS



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