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From adam <adam.suss...@gmail.com>
Subject conduit subscriptions vs full duplex on network connections
Date Mon, 10 Jan 2011 22:30:15 GMT


The documentation on networks of brokers suggest that it is more ideal to
have
two separate network connections to a peer in order to have different
"conduitSubscriptions"
settings for Topics and for Queues.

However, if you want a duplex connection to a peer broker (say for a
hub&spoke architecture),
activemq won't let you have more than one.

So is there a safe way to get a duplex connection?  Can you have one
connection be duplex
and the other not?  If so, which one should be duplex?

If you can't get one or the other (or both) of the connections to be duplex,
is the only solution
to have explicit network connections back from the other end?

-adam
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