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From Timothy Bish <tabish...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Rollback/NACK a single message
Date Fri, 15 Nov 2013 14:14:40 GMT
On 11/15/2013 07:36 AM, jlpedrosa wrote:
> Hi All,This also leads to the same problem: the execution of the event must
> be done in the same thread that ActiveMQ uses, otherwise I can't throw the
> exception to the listener.
> When the message arrives, I just put the message on a thread pool. That is
> the approach to implement multi thread processing. So If I want to rise an
> exception to the NMS stack, I can't use multithread..
> IE: [*ActiveMQ Task*] INFO  EventReceiver - Message handler received a
> message in thread: ActiveMQ Task.
> As you can see the listener gets executed in "ActiveMQ Task" thread, in the
> moment I put the message in the thread pool and I raise an exception, my
> code must handle it, I don't have any way to say NMS "Hey this message
> failed!".
> Is there any way I can rollback the message from another thread?
>   Once again, Thanks
> Rgds
> JL
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Why not just use a transacted session and commit or rollback based on 
your processing of the Message?

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Tim Bish
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