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From Gaurav Hariani <g.activ...@blackspark.com>
Subject Re: Confusion with simple network of brokers test
Date Mon, 16 Apr 2007 22:39:40 GMT
Correction - I meant:
BrokerA also needs a network connector defined pointing to the TCP 
TransportConnector defined in BrokerB

Gaurav Hariani wrote:
> BrokerA also needs a transport connector defined pointing to the TCP 
> TransportConnector defined in BrokerB
>
>
>
>
> agrabil wrote:
>> Sorry, forgot to mention that I'm using ActiveMQ 4.1
>>
>> Greg
>>
>>
>> agrabil wrote:
>>  
>>> I am testing what I believe to be a very simple network of brokers
>>> scenario that I can't seem to figure out.  I have two brokers:
>>>
>>> Broker A has a tcp transport connector for itself, but no network
>>> connectors defined.
>>> Broker B has a tcp transport connector for itself, and a network 
>>> connector
>>> to the tcp port at broker A's IP address
>>>
>>> After starting both brokers, I see the TCP connection established
>>> successfully between the two.
>>>
>>> If I use the ProducerTool to publish messages to MyQueue on Broker 
>>> A, and
>>> I have run the ConsumerTool on Broker B, I don't receive any 
>>> messages from
>>> MyQueue.  Instead, I have to connect the consumer directly to Broker 
>>> A to
>>> consume these messages.
>>>
>>> However, if I reverse the test, and I use the ProducerTool to publish
>>> messages to MyQueue on Broker B, and I run the ConsumerTool on 
>>> Broker A, I
>>> *do* receive the messages.
>>>
>>> It seems once the two brokers are connected, I should be able to do 
>>> this
>>> sort of thing in either direction.  Am I missing something?  Or, can
>>> someone explain why messages only seem to flow to other brokers in the
>>> direction that network connectors are established?
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Greg
>>>     


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