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Re: JdbcMessageIdRepository and SQL Server: schema


You can either create the table before-hand yourself in the right schema.

Or you can try to configure the createString option on the
JdbcMessageIdRepository, where you can specify the SQL statement it
uses. The default one is:

messageId VARCHAR(100), createdAt TIMESTAMP)

You can view it in the source code, and see what happens etc.

On Mon, Jun 18, 2018 at 5:12 AM, Mark Harris - ICT
<Mark.Harris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello.
> I'm using Camel version 2.16.2 and am trying to create a JDBC message id repository within a Microsoft SQL Server database.
> I have created the appropriate JdbcMessageIdRepository bean and populated it with my SQL Server data source but I am finding that the "CAMEL_MESSAGEPROCESSED" table is being automatically created in the default schema of the database, which is called "dbo". I actually need to create the database table in another schema, not the default one.
> I have looked through the Camel documentation but cannot find any reference to how to do this.
> For other Java projects using JPA, I have used a similar approach and can add database schema configuration when I set up my javax.persistence.EntityManagerFactory. Can I do something similar for Camel's JdbcMessageIdRepository?
> Thanks for any assistance.
> Mark Harris - Software Developer
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