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From Christian Posta <christian.po...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Re:Re: Is it possible to dispatch a message in the topic to only a certain queues while using virtual topic?
Date Thu, 17 Oct 2013 15:41:21 GMT
because you didn't include them upfront... suonayi came up with valid
solution, but with missing details, it wasn't clear what your requirements
were.

back to the story...

why don't you just have a camel route that listens for a "delete user"
message and then uses JMX to remove the queue in question? your system
manager app can send the "delete user" message with the user to remove to
the queue the camel route is listening on.




On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 8:11 AM, HellKnight <hellknight@foxmail.com> wrote:

>    The login process is something like our forum , loginName and password
> is
> sent to some web service, the web service verify these data from what's
> stored in database of server side.If loginName and password is legal, the
> client program will receive an OK message and a consumer is created ,
> starting to receive ActiveMQ messages.
>    if user is offline, I want to keep messages for him as long as possible
> ,
> until the end of solar system will be the best, haha. Actually We don't
> want
> to tolerate any message loss.
>    If that user is deleted by some system manager , his queue will be
> deleted from broker.
>    Just out of curiosity, I think what I need should be some message
> routing
> mechanism inside broker when a message will be copied to multiple
> destinations , why you wanted me to offer these seemingly irrelavant info ?
>
>
>
>
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