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From sfx810 <sfx...@gmail.com>
Subject Splitting a single queue into two
Date Fri, 26 Apr 2013 08:23:27 GMT
Hi All, I have a main queue, where couple of remote systems post client
data(round 1 million messages per minute - each msg 255 bytes). 
I need to process the data from main queue, and then send the processed data
to two separate queues for different clients(may be more in future). I am
doing this by running single broker, main queue, and sub queues on same
machine( for time being). Now the way I am doing is, by running a consumer
of main queue, and two producers from consumer's onMessage listner, which
post to sub queues. For the moment it is looking all good, though havent
tested with big data.
I just want to double check that I am going in right direction(as lots of
stake involved). I understand that Apache Camel does provide this kind of
functionality, however as a proof of concept(and learning) I want to do it
just via ActiveMQ.
Any help will be appreciated.
Thanks,
Kaz.



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