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From vivekmshukla <>
Subject RE: ActiveMQ issue across multiple domains
Date Tue, 07 Sep 2010 15:21:09 GMT

Thanks Gary. It sounds like a better solution since we are not sure
about the clock settings in customer environments. I will give it a try
and thanks again.



Vivek Shukla 


From: Gary Tully [via ActiveMQ]
Sent: Monday, September 06, 2010 4:32 AM
To: Vivek Shukla
Subject: Re: ActiveMQ issue across multiple domains


There is also the time stamp broker plugin that can help in this 
scenario to update the message time stamps to match the brokers clock: 

On 3 September 2010 19:35, vivekmshukla <[hidden email]> wrote: 

> I was able to figure out this issue. I just wanted to share my
resolution in 
> case somebody faces similar situation in future. 
> The issue was not related to domain or machine plateform at all. The
> was due to the time difference in the system clocks on the domains
where I 
> had my publisher and broker. The clock on the broker machine was ahead
> the publisher machine clock. So by the time the topic message was
> on the broker, it was already expired and my subscriber never picked
> messages. It worked perfectly fine where clocks on the machines were
> sync. In order to fix the issue, I ensured that machine clocks were in
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