Is the built in Hypersonic DB the default storage for JMS messages?
Or is the default storage the memory resp. a normal file?
Ok, a memory-only storage would offer only session scope
persistence but it would be sufficient for testing purposes.
The same applies to file storage.
If Hypersonic DB is not the default storage:
How can I make it the default storage?
I think yes, if you using JBoss 3.2.x in the directory ./server/default/deploy/jms the file hsqldb-jdbc2-service.xml sets the persistance to a HSQLDB named 'DefaultDS' witch is configured in ./sever/default/deploy/hsqldb-ds.xml.
If you want to use other persistance some examples are in the ./docs/examples/jms directory.
with kind regardsWolf