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From jule <julian.qui...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Beginner problem: Too many consumers on queue after browser restart...
Date Thu, 30 Sep 2010 21:33:09 GMT

Hi Alex,

you´re right, reloading after restart will get it back to work. Thanks for
your explanation. Is there a schedule for the patch you mentioned?

For others facing the same problem: Meanwhile I found out that appending a
"?ClientId=YourClientID" to the GET and POST urls (for either REST-API or
AJAX-API [uses REST-API]) will prevent this problem from showing up. I guess
this will bypass the automatic id assignment by the broker (via cookie). It
seems to work very reliably now. 

ActiveMQ is so fast that I can use it for a real-time application (an
interactive whiteboard). The broker in the middle allows my clients
(mobiles) behind NAT/PAT to be reachable (push via ActiveMQ HTTP long-poll).
I am very content with this now.

Best regards
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