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From Chris Robison <>
Subject Re: NMS client disconnected when temp queue doesn't exist
Date Mon, 09 Apr 2012 20:10:30 GMT
More on the issue. I'm noticing that if I don't attempt to reply to
messages that the messages will be consumed just fine, however, as soon as
I try to reply to a message, if the temp queue doesn't exist, something is
causing that message to not get acknowledged. I'm catching all exception. I
also started noticing that after an attempt to send to a non-existent temp
queue, that the producer send() method started to hang indefinitely. The
usage limits are set very high so I don't it was that because I also have
the sendFailIfNoSpace set to true.

On Mon, Apr 9, 2012 at 11:41 AM, Chris Robison <>wrote:

> I have a windows service that is long running, listening to messages from
> a particular queue. This windows service replies to messages off the queue.
> Right now, if there are old messages on the queue, there is a good change
> the temp queue set in the message no longer exists and it appears as though
> when the client tries to send a message to that temp queue, that not only
> is it getting the 'destination does not exist' error, but it is also
> getting disconnected from the broker. I have included the broker debug log.
> Any ideas?

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