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From sub3 <st...@subwest.com>
Subject Controlling Queue w/o Consumers
Date Fri, 12 Oct 2012 23:01:37 GMT
Hi,
I have a situation where a consumer on a queue could disappear.  The sending
components wouldn't know for a while (they have to be told via another
mechanism) and messages might build and stop the producer.  What are my
options for controlling this in activemq, w/o any kick back to the producer
(letting it keep sending and stop when it wants/can)?

My Thoughts:
1. I can set the ttl, but if the consumer is slow, I don't want to drop
messages... so there is no good time to set.
2. I can use temporary queues, but I think it drops when the consumer does.
I can't restart & use the same queue.
3. I can keep looking for queues w/no consumers, and purge the queue
periodically.

Are there other options I should be considering?

Thanks.




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