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ActiveMQ: message transactions/history to be permanently stored

 
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Hello,

I am using ActiveMQ 5.4 and the database is set to kahadb. My application is using the Spring framework.

I needed a way to get the below information :
1) All messages that were sent to a particular queue(since the creation of the queue)
2) Messages that were consumed from the queue(since the creation of the queue)
3) Messages that were removed from the queue(since the creation of the queue)

Basically i need the message transactions/history to be permanently stored. So that i can get the history(via code) of any message or queue and show in my application UI.

Thanks
 
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Are you using the Grails ActiveMQ plugin? Or did you accidentally post this in the wrong forum?
 
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Hello,

am not using Grails ActiveMQ plugin. Oops i put this in the wrong forum. sorry
 
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