WebLogic Server uses a persistent store for two purposes: storing persistent JMS messages and temporarily storing messages sent by a store-and-forward agent. You have some choices regarding the type of persistent store you want to set up. Oracle provides a default file-based persistent store that you can start using right away. Note that this default persistent store isn't just for storing JMS messages—it's for any WebLogic Server subsystem that needs a default storage mechanism. You can also create your own custom file-based or JDBC store for your JMS persistent messages.
- WebLogic JMS Architecture
- from Oracle WebLogic Server 11g Administration Handbook
- Publisher: Oracle Press
- Released: September 2011