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From "James Strachan" <>
Subject Re: Temporary destinations with given destination name
Date Mon, 09 Jul 2007 21:34:34 GMT
On 7/9/07, happyAMQ <> wrote:
> I'm trying to re-create Tibco Rendezvous (RV) semantics,  where destinations
> (subjects in RV) are not administered objects and don't hang out in the
> broker when there aren't any connections using that destination (just like
> temporary destinations).  But I need to have specific destination names so
> that client's know what name to send messages on.
> -->Otherwise why not just create a regular destination and zap it when you
> want?
> This could work on the Java side of things because of the the JMX classes
> you pointed me to,  but I also have to do this on a C# platform with NMS.
> Is this supported?
> FYI,  I'm building a cross-platform (Java, C#, C/C++) ESB with binary
> messages (not XML).

Another option is to write a little broker plugin to eagerly delete
any broker-side destinations which are not being used by any clients
within some time period. e.g. if no client uses a particular
destination within say 10 seconds (and the destination is empty), then
just zap it.


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