Do callback destinations survive a server restart?
Is the correlation information configured to be written to a database/MQ queue/JMS queue? Or are there certain default behaviours?
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Re: Callback Destination in JMS/MQ Import2012-06-20T21:53:01Z in response to RV0I'll add clarify the question further:
1. Is the information written to the correlation destination persisted?
I ask this question since I want to make sure that ESB is able handle the responses that comes after the outage (server stop and start) for requests before outage.
2. If it can be persisted, what are the options? Can it be persisted to a DB, MQ or any other recommended practice?