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From "Suchitha Koneru \(sukoneru\)" <>
Subject RE: message expiration and 5.0.0 snap shot version
Date Wed, 22 Aug 2007 05:49:51 GMT
 Thank you so much  Jonas;  The internal implementation details of
active mq's 5.0 snapshot which you have mentioned "message cursors for
persistent messages"  can it be found online on active web site ? How do
we get to know,the code details , data structures used etc ?

-----Original Message-----
From: Jonas Lim [] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2007 9:21 PM
Subject: Re: message expiration and 5.0.0 snap shot version


Suchitha Koneru (sukoneru) wrote:
> Hello Active MQ users/developers , 
>                       Our application is currently using Actiive MQ
> 4.1.1 version.   We have an embedded broker  in Tomcat 5.5 , without
> persistence , durable subscribers and Topic publishers , with a time 
> to live of 5 minutes for the messages. I have observed that messages 
> when not consumed remain even after 5 minutes. This is know bug 
> AMQ-1112. In the JIRA bug tracking tool it is specified that this bug

> is fixed in 5.0.0 snap shot. If  I upgrade to  5.0.0  snap shot ,  
> will I  get the needed functionality  without any major issues in  the

> usage of (durable susbcribers , topic publishers , no persistence,
embedded broker ).

Unless you're tied up to jdk 1.4, I don't think there's going to be any
major issues here with regards to the features you mentioned. FWIW, some
of the major improvements in 5.0 includes use of Java 5, message cursors
for persistent messages , different store format for some store
implementations and a bunch of bug fixes.
> Please let me know.  Our application will go into production in 
> beginning of next month.
> Also what is the difference between a  release version and  a snap 
> shot version ?? is release version more stable ?
I would not necessarily consider a release version as more stable than a
snapshot. A snapshot version  includes a list of  improvements/fixes
that's committed after a release was made.

> When is the 5.0.0 release version scheduled ?

Hopefully soon  :-)
> thank you,
> Suchitha

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