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Subject Using Topics from PHP over Stomp
Date Mon, 02 Nov 2009 16:36:37 GMT
I'm trying to use Topics from PHP over Stomp. I can create a topic and a
durable subscriber through the web interface and my PHP consumer can
receive messages if it's connected to the topic when the message is
added. However, if a message is added to the topic when the consumer
isn't connected it never gets sent to it. This is not the behaviour I
was expecting. Basically, I am going to have multiple consumers all of
which need all the messages. They will be running periodically and
should receive all the messages sent to the topic since they last ran.
Any ideas?

require_once "Stomp.php";

$stomp = new Stomp('tcp://');
$stomp->clientId = 'test-client';
if ($stomp->connect()) {
  if ($stomp->subscribe('/topic/test.topic')) {
    $frame = $stomp->readFrame();
    if ($frame) {

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