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JMS persistent messages.

 
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Hi,
Firstly, if I get a message
Tue Jan 30 14:40:32 GMT+02:00 2001:<I> <JMS> Init JMS persistent store
in the console while Weblogic Starts up. Does that mean that persistence has been activated while sending JMS Messages ? I have a simple JMS Message sender ( in an EJB) which sends persistent messages to queue and JMS Message receiver ( in another EJB) which receives messages. How can I test this for persistence?
Secondly, when I send two messages using Message Sender( by running it twice) and then run the receiver I get only the last message. When I run receiver again I get null. I want to be able to send multiple messages to queue and then receive them reliably. The scenario is multiple sender and single receiver.
Thanks!
Nidhi
 
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