Could somebody please point me to the right documentation that answers my questions?
On JBoss Wiki I ran into few articles related to JBossMessagingCore which gives good description but not the actual configuration step. It's perhaps because it is not meant to be used directly.
What I am looking for is equivalent of ActiveMQ peer-to-peer transport without persistence.
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Of course, last resort for me would be to do some experiments which I guess are inevitable even if I get some hints and tips from the forum.
My question related to this: - Would I need the shared DB even if I use these clustered post-offices to host non-persistent (non-durable) subscriptions, that is, is it used to manage the cluster information as well? - Is it OK to use HSQLDB or Derby if the above is not true?
You need to use a shared database for clustering, HSQLDB is not usable for a clustered configuration.
2. Recovery from a cluster restart Since Jboss messaging relies on a clustered ConnectionFactory registered in a clustered JNDI to provide the failover mechanism, would the client need to re-lookup JNDI and reopen connections and sessions to get back in business?
No, this will all be handled transparently by the client.
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