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From camper <>
Subject Re: Write to Topic when one is not created
Date Mon, 21 May 2007 10:44:15 GMT

You were right, when i disabled advisory support those topics stopped showing
up.  I am getting Out of Memory errors and I thought that that might be a
problem, messages being queued but not consumed.  I am using a Snapshot
version of 4.2, are you aware of any known issues that would cause an java
heap out of memory problem?

Thank you

jlim wrote:
> Hi,
> I believe what you're seeing are advisory topics which are automatically 
> created by default by activemq to send advisory messages to monitor the 
> behavior of the system (ie. starting of connections, creation of 
> destinations, etc).
> Btw, you can also disable advisory support by setting it to false in 
> your broker configuration :
> <broker brokerName="localhost"   useJmx="true" advisorySupport="false" 
> ....   >
> Regards,
> Jonas
> camper wrote:
>> I seem to be sending messages to a topic when in fact i'm not creating
>> one.  
>> If I run activemq-admin query, i see my queues that i've created but
>> there
>> also seems to be a topic created for each queue, that i've created in my
>> code i never call createTopic, always createQueue.  I see the topics
>> EnqueueCount grow, I have no idea why.
>> Does anyone know what is going on?

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