I have not seen a 'bin\activemq-data' folder in my use of ESB 22.214.171.124. Was this created just running the included examples and default configuration?
Also, may I ask which platform and Java version you are using? Thanks.
The 'bin\activemq-data' folder is not present right after installation. I don't know when and how it has been created but I do know that if I delete it, it will be created again at a later stage. Weird. I make extensive use of ActiveMQ through several of my bundles using camel-jms component (with vm connection protocol).
Oh and I am running FUSE ESB 126.96.36.199 on Windows XP with Java 1.6.0.
When you start an ActiveMQ broker, it creates two ?data? folders in its home directory called activemq-data and data. The former is used for temporary storage and the data folder is where it keeps its log ? activemq.log ? file. I'm not sure where or if these locations can be configured (most likely does have some optional config).
by default fuse esb come with activemq and it is defined in fuse-esb-188.8.131.52/deploy/activemq-broker.xml
if you try to use vm protocol probably create a new broker because vm is not defined in activemq-broker.xml. you can check that using vm:localhost?create=false