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From "Martin Therriault (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Comment Edited] (AMQ-6196) After a few hours, an NMS application cannot publish to a temporary queue created by a Java application
Date Thu, 31 Mar 2016 19:40:25 GMT

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Martin Therriault edited comment on AMQ-6196 at 3/31/16 7:39 PM:
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Must run both listener.cs and producer.cs simultaneously. I used NMS 1.7.1 and AMQ 5.13.2


was (Author: martin therriault):
Must run both simultaneously. I used NMS 1.7.1 and AMQ 5.13.2

> After a few hours, an NMS application cannot publish to a temporary queue created by
a Java application
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: AMQ-6196
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AMQ-6196
>             Project: ActiveMQ
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: JMS client
>    Affects Versions: 5.13.1
>            Reporter: David Dou
>         Attachments: Listener.cs, Producer.cs, Program.cs, ScheduledRequesterDemo.java,
activemq-61616.xml
>
>
> Using (provided as attachments):
> * the Java application {{ScheduledRequesterDemo}} using the 5.13.1 or 5.4.1 ActiveMQ
jars running on Windows
> * the C# application {{Program}} using the NMS 1.7.1 assemblies
> * the activemq-61616.xml configuration for the broker 5.13.1 running on Windows
> * Java 1.7 (for the Java application and the broker)
> Test case on Windows (request/reply):
> # launching the C# application with "tcp://localhost:61616 test.nms.1.7.1" as parameters
- it listens on the queue "test.nms.1.7.1" for request message
> # launching the Java application with "failover://tcp://localhost:61616 test.nms.1.7.1"
as parameters - it periodically sends a request on the queue "test.nms.1.7.1" and waits for
the response on a temporary queue it has created
> # letting them run for 5 hours
> After 3-5 hours, the C# application fails to detect the temporary queue (that is visible
in the JMX console during the 10 seconds wait). The C# application error message is:
> {noformat}Apache.NMS.InvalidDestinationException: Cannot publish to a deleted Destination:
temp-queue://ID:hostname-58526-1455174063005-0:1:27{noformat}
> The Java application logs an error since it did not receive the response on the temporary
queue.
> Restarting the broker resolves the problem temporary, until a few hours later it occurs
again.
> Note that this test was also done the same error with:
> * the same 5.13.1 broker running on Linux
> * the Java application using 5.4.1 running on Linux
> * the C# application using NMS 1.5.1
> With an ActiveMQ broker 5.10.2 (or 5.4.1), after two days running on Linux (with the
Java application using the 5.4.1 jars), this issue never occurs.
> It is likely unrelated, but during the tests on Windows, before the first failure (between
several minutes and an hour), the broker logged a single warning:
> {noformat}WARN [ActiveMQ NIO Worker 373] [Service] Async error occurred: java.lang.NullPointerException{noformat}



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