A persistence resource configuration is contained in a <persistence-resource> element. This element must have a name attribute, which specifies the name of the persistence resource. The name must be unique between all persistence resource configurations.

A <persistence-resource> element may also include zero or more <persistence-instance-ref> elements. Each <persistence-instance-ref> element must have a name attribute, which must be the name of a persistence instance defined elsewhere in the configuration file. The persistence resource will store relevant in-memory database state into each referenced persistence instance.


Below is an example of a persistence resource that stores state into two PostgreSQL databases:

<persistence-resource name="management">
    <persistence-instance-ref name="postgres-db1"/>
    <persistence-instance-ref name="postgres-db2"/>
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