I'm not sure about JBoss ESB.
You can probably just look at the hornetq-beans.xml
If you read the user's manual you can probably understand the components and what needs to be installed. Take a look at the install script and if you don't understand anything specific about it (like, if you have to spend a lot of time reading the install script and the docs) we can give you some help.
Yeah....I was hoping there was something as straightforward as some installation instructions: "put this jar here, put this xml here, edit this xml, etc.".
I really don't have time to go digging through install scripts to try to figure out what needs to be done.
So, it appears my best bet is to start from scratch and let the script create the "default-with-hornetq" profile, and then once that's done, change the database settings and install other components.
Is there any problem with changing the name of the "default-with-hornetq" profile (renaming the directory) once it's setup? There's nothing in hornetq that depends on the profile name "default-with-hornetq" is there?
No, you can rename it to whatever you want.
The install on AS5 is basically doing this:
- installing hornetq.sar into your server
- removing jboss-messagin.sar (or I forgot the name now)
- installing the JCA adapter.
- copying additional jars.
that is in basic terms.