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From Preetam <rao.pree...@gmail.com>
Subject How are advisory topics different from durable topics ?
Date Mon, 18 Mar 2013 10:32:34 GMT
Hi,

We user AdvisorySupport.QUEUE_ADVISORY_TOPIC for listening to all
existing/new queue creation events and then dynamically create a
DefaultMessageListenerContainer for that queue. Thus every time we restart
consumer hosts, all listeners get created.  How does this work ? 

I need to create something similar where I want a topic to contain messages
even for the consumers that might come up in future. Is it the "retroactive
consumer feature ?" But the client is not passing the
"?consumer.retroactive=true". Also I do not see this feature being enabled
for advisory topics when I view through JMX console. Further I don't see us
setting clientId/subscriptionName when registering for advisory topic. Then
how does advisory topic remember and push all the queues/topics that exist
on broker.

Thanks
Preetam 



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