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From "Gary Tully (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (AMQ-2089) Transacted Messages Not Committed
Date Wed, 28 Jan 2009 20:41:05 GMT


Gary Tully commented on AMQ-2089:

looking at the code, I think part of the problem is the use of a static session, this will
be shared across all threads and overwritten by each createConnection()
make the session and connection class instance variables and it will behave better. This would
explain why you only see it when there are more than one consumer threads.

> Transacted Messages Not Committed
> ---------------------------------
>                 Key: AMQ-2089
>                 URL:
>             Project: ActiveMQ
>          Issue Type: Test
>          Components: Broker
>    Affects Versions: 5.2.0
>         Environment: linux centOS 64 bit, JRE 1.6.0_11-b03
>            Reporter: Frank E. Banks
>         Attachments:,
> The basic architecture of the consumer is a java daemon that spawns a configurable number
of single threaded consumers that implement MessageListener- each opens its own connection
and transacted session.  In the consumer onMessage() method session.commit() is being called
upon successful processing of the message- and I've verified that it is actually executed.
 The problem is that despite the message being successfully processed and session.commit()
executed the messages remain as pending in the queue.  If the consumer daemon is stopped and
re-started these messages are consumed again (definitely not good).  Note that session.rollback()
was NOT called in this scenario, all the messages were processed successfully.  Also note
that these are persistent messages and we are using the default AMQ message store.
> - The problem *only* occurs when the number of consumer threads is greater than 1. 
> - The problem occurs whether or not a correlation ID is used on the messages.  I wasn't
sure if this mattered or not, but it doesn't.
> Fortunately, as a result of working with this test case I discovered a work around to
the problem, which is to not only call session.commit() on successful message processing but
to then call message.acknowledge() as well.  This works like a charm, but it was my understanding
that calling message.acknowledge() was not necessary when using transacted sessions.

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