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From "Valerio Paolini" <>
Subject Re: STOMP and Failover transport
Date Wed, 23 Apr 2008 04:28:22 GMT
Hi Dylan,

thanks for your interest :) our module is almost ready and I hope to have an authorization
to publish it very soon. I'm a CPAN author too :)

Our module adds a lot of features to Net::Stomp, however it isn't an extension, it is an evolution.

Given that, I'll be happy to discuss with anyone willing to share his experience on how to
implement such client class.



----- Original Message -----
From: Dylan Vanderhoof <>
To: '' <>; Valerio Paolini
Sent: Tue Apr 22 19:47:14 2008
Subject: RE: STOMP and Failover transport

I believe Ramit Arora and Simon Wistow from this list are also working separatly on failover
transport for Net::Stomp and have access to PAUSE for uploading to CPAN.  It might be worth
pinging them to avoid duplication of effort and get a One True Module(tm) out for the perl

(Speaking as a party who wants a Net::Stomp with failover and doesn't have the cycles to do
it.  :P)


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Valerio VALDEZ Paolini []
> Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2008 7:41 AM
> To:
> Subject: STOMP and Failover transport
> Hi All,
> I'm working on an improved STOMP client written in Perl and I
> need some
> clarifications about the behaviour of the failover transport.
> Let's suppose that a client, configured to use two hosts in
> failover A and B,
> opens a TCP connection to broker A, connects, subscribes to
> some destinations
> and then waits for incoming messages.
> Let's suppose now that broker A is switched off, is it
> correct that, after
> connecting successfully to broker B, the client re-connects,
> subscribes again
> to all previously subscribed destinations and then tries
> again to receive
> messages?
> Is there any case in which a failover shouldn't try to
> restore the situation
> before the transport failure?
> Thanks,
>         Valerio
> --
> Valerio Paolini -
> The lyf so short, the craft so long to lerne - Geoffrey Chaucer
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