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Oracle WebLogic Server 11g Administration Handbook by Sam Alapati

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Configuring a Persistent Store

Several WebLogic Server subsystems and services, mainly JMS and the Store-and-Forward (SAF) service agents, but also JTA and the WebLogic Diagnostic Framework (WLDF), need a persistence store to save messages either temporarily or on a permanent basis. WebLogic Server lets you create two types of WebLogic persistent stores to enable the storing of messages by these subsystems—a file-based store or a JDBC-enabled store, which is persisted in a RDBMS. The WebLogic Diagnostic Framework (WLDF), can use the persistent store to save logs, events, and the server metrics it harvests. Each subsystem that uses the persistent store uses a separate connection ID to access the store. The key benefit of using a persistent store ...

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