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From artnaseef <>
Subject Re: Persistent messages moving to DLQ when consumer not active
Date Sat, 25 Jan 2014 01:13:26 GMT
Awesome. Knowing the final outcome  helps in case this ever pops up again. 

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> On Jan 24, 2014, at 7:51 AM, "johnd [via ActiveMQ]" <>
> artnaseef wrote
> Cool - you're welcome. 
> Note that plugin may be valuable if your broker clocks ever get far out-of-sync, so you
might want to look more closely at why the plugin was whacking the timeouts.  Note that I'm
saying this with only a brief look at that code, so I can't say for sure right now that it
can work the way you need.
> Both brokers on the same machine (at the moment!) so not an issue. I'll bare this in
mind though for the future.... 
> I think I know why it whacks the timeouts though - it was configured like this: 
>     <timeStampingBrokerPlugin zeroExpirationOverride="1000" ttlCeiling="60000" futureOnly="true"/>
> !! 
> I should have picked this up sooner really but had a blind spot as I thought I had only
added some plugins for logging/traceability purposes. 
> Cheers - and thanks again, 
> John 
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