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From BocaJim <jimw...@gmail.com>
Subject Detecting if a message was routed between multiple brokers in an interceptor
Date Fri, 28 Dec 2012 20:45:24 GMT
Hello all,

I have an interceptor that is monitoring the onSend() method, and I would
like to know if the message is going to be delivered to a queue "locally" or
if the message is going to be routed to another broker to be delivered to
the client.  In our network, it looks like this: (C=client, B=broker)

Each client is subscribed to a single and unique queue (ie consumer count
for all queues is exactly 1.

C1 (Q1) -> B1
C2 (Q2) -> B1
C3 (Q3) -> B2
B1 <-> B2 via 2 network connectors

C1 puts a message in Q2, then C2 receives the message, and it is dispatched
locally by B1 without sending the message to B2...

C1 puts a message in Q3, then C3 receives the message after B1 forwards the
message to B2.

The intercepted method that catches the publish from C1 to either Q2 or Q3
is where I would like to know if delivering to Q2 or Q3 is "local" or
"remote" to the broker its running on (both B1 and B2 are running the
interceptor code).

Is there any way to do this?




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