Somebody said they had the JMS persistence working
using flat files as repository. I'm trying to do the
same thing, but I can't get it to work. Can someone
please share your jms.xml file with me so I know what 
I'm missing? The jms.xml file I have right now looks
something like:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!DOCTYPE application-server PUBLIC "Orion Application
Server Config"

        <rmi-config path="./rmi.xml" />
        <!-- JMS-server config link, uncomment to activate
the JMS service -->
         <jms-config path="./jms.xml" /> 
        <principals path="./principals.xml" />
                <file path="../log/server.log" />
        <global-application name="default"
path="application.xml" />

path="global-web-application.xml" />
        <web-site path="./default-web-site.xml" />

        <!-- Compiler, activate this to specify an
alternative compiler such
                as jikes for EJB/JSP compiling. -->
        <compiler executable="C:/java/jikes.exe"
classpath="c:/java/jdk1.3.1/jre/lib/rt.jar" />

        <application name="secdis"
path="../../../bing/src/sd/build/sd" />


Also is there anything else I need to do other than
modifying the jms.xml and uncommenting the linese in
server.xml to use JMS?

And also can anyone tell me if orion support JMS
persistence using database, if so, please let me know
how you 
can achieve this.

thanks a lot

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