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From Jim Lloyd <jll...@silvertailsystems.com>
Subject Non-persistent publishing to topics
Date Tue, 19 Oct 2010 16:37:40 GMT
We have AMQ client applications in C++ that only use topics, and for which
latency is more important than guaranteed delivery. If messages were
persisted in a database for a significant amount of time before they were
consumed by a slow consumer, that would introduce problems of the same
magnitude or worse than letting those messages be lost.

For AMQ to work the way we want, there are two places where messages may
have to be explicitly dropped: the broker and the activemq-cpp. Ideally the
broker would be the place were messages are usually dropped, but if for some
reason the TCP connection begins to block, then the activemq-cpp library
would need to drop messages. Does the current implementation of activemq-cpp
do this?

Can someone please provide a summary of how we should be configuring our
brokers, and the transport and topic URIs to obtain what we want? We're
currently using AMQ 5.3.1 but we'll probably upgrade to 5.4 soon so I am
happy to take recommendations specific to 5.4.

Thanks,
Jim Lloyd

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