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From lbolanos <leonardbola...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Feature like JMS_OracleExcpQ is schedule development?
Date Fri, 15 May 2009 20:11:55 GMT



In what cases do you envisage a send to one queue failing and a send
to an ExceptionQueue succeeding?
Would this be use in conjunction with some per queue limits?

I guess the question is, what is the supporting use case? There may be
some other way to achieve what you want with ActiveMQ.


This is the use case:

I have 2 jboss clusters that are listening a service queue 
"queue/ServiceQueue". 
Each cluster is listening on a second queue "queue/Cluster_x".
Each machine is listening on a third queue "queue/machine_y".
A client send a message to  "queue/ServiceQueue".  So a machine answers the
request telling the cluster queue "queue/Cluster_1" that it belongs.  The
client keep sending the session messages to that queue.  So when the server
crash any on the cluster replace that machine.
The problem is in the answer message.  The server sends the response message
to "queue/client_machine_y" but if this client crash i have to send the
message to the cluster.  So i need to send a message to client_machine_y and
if it fails it has to be routed to client_cluster_x.

Thanks in advance


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