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From Gary Tully <gary.tu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to send one message to a topic in MDB?
Date Wed, 09 Sep 2009 09:31:59 GMT
Andy, I think you are experiencing
https://issues.apache.org/activemq/browse/AMQ-2346 which was recently
resolved on trunk. The ended transaction map allows joined contexts to share
the outcome of a transaction,

2009/9/8 andrewsomesyoung <ayoung@digitalreefinc.com>

>
> Neo,
>
> I believe I am struggling with the same problem. From what I have learned
> so
> far, it appears that the JBoss TransactionManager sends two "start"
> messages
> to ActiveMQ: the first when the transaction is started upon receiving the
> first message in the MDB, and the second when the outgoing connection is
> created. What I have seen is that the ActiveMQ broker spawns two threads to
> handle these messages, effectively treating them like separate
> transactions.
> Often the first thread will remove the transaction before the second thread
> sends. When that happens the second thread throws an exception because it
> can't find the transaction. Upon further inspection of the JBoss code, it
> looks like JBoss correctly identifies the fact that it has already started
> a
> transaction with the broker and signals that by including the TMJOIN flag
> when starting the resource the second time. Looking at the code for
> org.apache.activemq.TransactionContext, its pretty obvious ActiveMQ doesn't
> handle this TMJOIN flag at all.
>
> I am still looking for a solution myself but I hope this sheds some light
> on
> your problem and inspires someone who knows more about what is supposed to
> happen to chime in.
>
> Andy
>
>
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