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From panu <panu.phinjaroep...@team.telstra.com>
Subject Behaviour of composite destination when a target destination was not created
Date Fri, 22 Jun 2007 01:36:12 GMT

Hi All,

    I recently used the composite destination feature and it is nice (help
us simplify the problem a lot). However, I notice that if a target
destination was not created the message broker does not create it either. I
use version 4.2 (SNAPSHOT). For instance, if I set a composiste destination
C to forward messages to queues X and Y and if I did not create these two
queues, all messages come out from C are just lost in the broker. I am just
wondered if this should be the behaviour of the message broker.

   I know that we can set these target queues before hand at the start-up
time of the broker, but it is also possible that someone may accidentally
delete the queues (I just did) through other means such as through the
web-admin.

   Wouldn't it be better if the broker also creates the forwarded
destinations automatically if they are not yet created? (like it does when
we send a message to a not-yet-created destination). 

Cheers,
Panu
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