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From "Sileshi Kassa (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (AMQ-978) No Messaged delivery when mixing Perl stomp client Producer/Consumer and Java JMS Producer/Consumer
Date Sun, 15 Oct 2006 18:51:16 GMT
No Messaged delivery when mixing Perl stomp client Producer/Consumer and Java JMS Producer/Consumer
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                 Key: AMQ-978
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/activemq/browse/AMQ-978
             Project: ActiveMQ
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: Connector
         Environment: This problem seems platform independent: It happens in Linux, Mac OSX,
and Windows.
Software Used: ActiveMQ 4.0, Java 5.0, JMS, Perl 5.8.7, Perl CPAN module Net-Stomp-0.31
            Reporter: Sileshi Kassa
         Attachments: Publisher.pl, Subscriber.pl

Facts: Perl Stomp client Producer and Consumer works fine
           Java JMS client Producer and Consumer works fine

I have also used other Perl Stomp protocol implementation with no problem.
The problem happens when I mix Java and Perl clients

Scenario Test 1:
A. Perl Stomp client Consumer
B. Java JMS client Producer

Scenario Test 2:
A. Java JMS client Consumer
B. Perl Stomp client Producer

I have looked into it via Java JMX management jconsole, and it seems to me there is a wall
between
the stomp server and default server. It the stomp server only passes messages coming from
stomp lients
and default server also does the same.

If this is truly the case, and this is by design, I will be very disappointed. There should
not be any wall.
A message is message irrespective of its source and should be delivered to any one that is
listening
on the same destination.

I will attach the Perl clients testcases.
For Java client,  a simple JMS client Producer and Consumer with the same topic used as
the perl side will do the job. The topic I used on the perl side: "/topic/Test.CrossDelivery"
and the Java side topic is  "Test.CrossDelivery"
This problem is a show stopper for us.

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