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From Timothy Bish <tabish...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Do activemq-cpp connection questions.
Date Wed, 30 Nov 2011 11:19:49 GMT
On Tue, 2011-11-29 at 16:20 -0800, JRR wrote:
> Hello Tim,
> 
> I am playing with the simple producer and the fail over options. However, I
> am not getting the results I expected and I'm hoping you can share some
> insights.
> 
> I am using version 3.2.3 of the activemq-cpp library on a SuSE Linux
> machine.
> 
> I changed the simple producer example so that the broker URI is:
> ----------------------------------------
>     std::string brokerURI =
>         "failover:(tcp://127.0.0.1:61616"
>         "?initialReconnectDelay=10"
>         "&maxReconnectDelay=100"
>         "&useExponentialBackOff=false"
>         "&maxReconnectAttempts=1"
>         "&startupMaxReconnectAttempts=1"
>         "&timeout=100"
>         ")";
> ----------------------------------------
> 
> 
> And I added output to show me the brokerURI and it is as I expected:
> ----------------------------------------
> Broker URI:
> failover:(tcp://127.0.0.1:61616?initialReconnectDelay=10&maxReconnectDelay=100&useExponentialBackOff=false&maxReconnectAttempts=1&startupMaxReconnectAttempts=1&timeout=100)
> ----------------------------------------
> 
> I wanted to test the scenario when starting the producer when the broker
> isn't running. With these setting, my expectation is that it would throw an
> exception when the factory created the connection, and I would see the 
> stack trace (as per the simple example).
> 
> However, what I found is that a connection object is created and returned
> (even though the broker is not running), and then the code blocks at the
> start() call that follows the connection create. I've confirmed this with
> GDB.
> 
> ----------------------------------------
>     // Create a Connection
>     try{
>         std::cout << "Connection before " << connection << "\n";
>         connection = connectionFactory->createConnection();
> 
>         std::cout << "Connection after " << connection << "\n";
>         std::cout << "Connection done. Starting it\n";
> 
>         connection->start();
> 
>     } catch( CMSException& e ) {
>         e.printStackTrace();
>         throw e;
>     }
>     std::cout << "Connection start done. Creating Session\n";
> ----------------------------------------
> 
> 
> What is the corrrect way to do this? What I want is to use the failover
> method, but I don't want to wait forever. If the producer cannot initially
> connect, I'd like to eventually timeout and quit.

I would suggest that you try the latest version of the client, this
could be related to issues that were already fixed.  

Regards

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