The introduction of the new broker level configuration store has exposed some issues with the attribute on the Broker, VirtualHost, Queue, Connection etc objects.
There is a naming mismatch between some of the the alert threshold attributes on the Queue and the inheritable defaults for those values defined at the VirtualHost and Broker level. These names need to be reconciled.
The attribute names of the inheritable defaults do not lend themselves to clarity as to which attributes affect the Broker, VirtualHost etc directly and those which are instead intended as inheritable defaults for children objects such as VirtualHosts, Connections, Queues etc. The attribute names should be prefixed with the object type to group them and clarify their influence.
Finally, there is currently no way to configure the store TransactionTimeout functionality at the broker-wide level, so desire to use this functionality would force users into using the now otherwise optional virtualhost XML configuration files. Inheritable defaults should be added to the Broker for this.