Originally posted by Al Kaiser: I don't want to store user data in database or files. How can JMS or JNDI help me do that?
Well JMS is really targetted toward messaging between objects and applications. In theory you could use JNDI for persistence but again you would be trying to force a square into a round hole. Also, by forgoing an actual database or file based persistence you would be requiring that your system have 100% uptime or it's bye bye to your data. Out of curiosity, what is your reason for not wanting to use a db?
subject: Can JMS be used for persistance object storage?