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From Tim Bain <>
Subject Re: Active MQ 5.11.1 MQTT Message is automatically sent to subscriber when it is connected
Date Wed, 17 Jun 2015 13:04:19 GMT
I mis-spoke: it's client ID, not consumer ID, and you also have to set the
subscription name.  Read the bottom of and
make sure you've done what it says.  (I don't use MQTT so I'm not sure how
to do that, but I presume it can be done.)
On Jun 17, 2015 6:51 AM, "Tim Bain" <> wrote:

> I'm not understanding this line from your first email: "The broker is
> always sent the messages which already sent to the subscriber before to the
> subscriber when it is connected."  Does that mean your consumer is
> consuming (and acknowledging) messages, disconnecting, reconnecting, and
> receiving the same messages again?
> If so, what acknowledgement mode are you using, and are you using
> transactions?  If you attach JConsole to the broker and look at the
> subscription just before you disconnect, do you see the subscription's
> DequeueCount equal to its enqueue count?
> Also, are you sure you're using the same consumer ID each time you
> connect?  In JConsole you should see only one subscription on that topic,
> no matter how many times you disconnect and reconnect.
> Tim
> On Jun 17, 2015 5:59 AM, "SummerScent" <> wrote:
>> Thanks OSATIEN for your considerate time.
>> I follow the link you posted and see that their MQTT client also publish
>> message to topic, not queue.
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