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From MqUser <pm...@sonic.net>
Subject Re: How to have a persistent client
Date Thu, 25 Jan 2007 06:14:14 GMT


Thanks Adrian, To follow up, how does one set up a broker to broker system?




Adrian Co wrote:
> 
> IMHO, easiest solution is to embed a broker on machine A and network it 
> to a broker on machine B.
> 
> This setup will allow you to continually sent messages and the embedded 
> broker will handle persisting it and sending it to the remote broker 
> when it is up again. Just dont forget to set the network connector to a 
> failover one.
> 
> MqUser wrote:
>> Let us say you have a client on machine A and a server on machine B
>> The client on machine A tries to send to machine B, but machine B is
>> down,
>> and there is an exception and the message is lost because machine A
>> cannot
>> wait and needs to move on.
>>
>> So to create a persistent client one would have to create 2 queues, one
>> on
>> the client and one on the server.
>> And then move info from one queue to the other.
>>
>> Am I right or there is a facility to handle this. Xmlblaster handles this
>> out of the box?
>>
>>
>>   
> 
> 
> 

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