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From Lionel Cons <lionel.c...@cern.ch>
Subject Apollo's durable subscriptions versus ActiveMQ's virtual destinations
Date Wed, 25 May 2011 08:00:07 GMT
Hiram,

Apollo's durable subscriptions and ActiveMQ's virtual destinations
both allow to create a kind of composite object behaving like a topic
and a set of independent backing queues.

We can imagine cases where you want to inject messages directly in one
of the backing queues. For instance, when restoring messages from a
backup or a from a dead broker (using ad-hoc tools).

AFAIK, you can do this in ActiveMQ (by sending the messages directly
to /queue/Consumer.X.VirtualTopic.Y) but not in Apollo.

Is this a limitation that you plan to remove?

Cheers,

Lionel

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