The VM transport is used for intra-VM communication between components managed by Mule. The transport provides options for configuring VM transient or persistent queues. VMVM TransportDEPRECATED. USE "<queue-profile>" instead. Configures the properties of this connector's queue (see [Configuring Queues]). Determines whether queues should be set up for listeners on the connector. If set to false, the connector simply forwards messsages to components via the Mule server. If it is set to true, the queues are configured using the queuing profile. The timeout setting for the queue. The endpoint on which this connector receives messages from the transport. The endpoint to which this connector sends messages. An endpoint "template" that can be used to construct an inbound or outbound endpoint elsewhere in the configuration by referencing the endpoint name. The queue path, such as dispatchInQueue to create the address vm://dispatchInQueue. The transaction element configures a transaction. Transactions allow a series of operations to be grouped together so that they can be rolled back if a failure occurs. For more information, see [Transaction Management].