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From Rob Bugh <robb...@earthlink.net>
Subject Transaction State
Date Tue, 29 Apr 2008 20:00:52 GMT


In a JDBC Master/Slave topology with durable queues if the master fails does
the slave pick up the transactions of the master? In other works, if a
consumer opens a session against the master, consumes a message, but doesn't
commit the transaction and the master dies, does the slave (who is now the
new master) know about the transaction? What happens when the client
attempts to commit the transaction? Is an error thrown or does the new
master handle it properly, i.e., removes the message permanently from the
queue?

Rob
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