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From Naveen Rawat <nav...@in.effectsoft.com>
Subject Re: How to create a temporary Queue
Date Wed, 23 Aug 2006 10:41:04 GMT

Hi James,

Thanks for the response,

> >
> > The Destination object doesn't disappear but you will be unable to
> > send messages to it after the client which created it disappears (once
> > the broker detects its gone).
> >
>
> Whats the need of keeping it there if it cannot be used again.
> 
> We're not keeping it there :).
> 
> The Destination objects are like URL classes; they can be attached to
> messages or held in client's RAM - the broker can't really go around
> every JVM and make sure they don't happen to have a reference to a non
> existent destination lying around
> 
> 
> > there will only mitigate the broker's resources.
> 
> The broker resources have been removed when the client disconnected.
> 
> 
> >  How could be this temporary
> > destination be removed (somewhere it was suggested to use purge(), but I
> > could not find any such function in the openwire cpp APIs I m using.)
> 
> They are removed automatically when a client disconnects.
> 
> This FAQ entry might help you understand that a Destination is not the
> same thing as a broker's resources for queues....
> 
> http://incubator.apache.org/activemq/how-do-i-create-new-destinations.html
> 

I went through the link and found it useful to understand my issues well.


Thanks and Regards
Navin

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