I've looked through the docs and forums but still could not find a really clear answer on persistence after jboss 3.2 restarts. By persistence I mean objects I have bound into jboss's jndi service via an external client.
What would be the best practice to have these preserved after a restart? Is it to have the EJB create it like in the JBoss JMS provider for WebSphere MQ example? Would it be using a file system jndi provider? Is there a different cleaner way that I have just overlooked?
I fairly new JBoss so I could have missed the obvious answer on the site, but I didn't see it. thanks for any suggestions.
I also have the same question. Does anyone knows the answer?