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From Dragisa Krsmanovic <dkrsmano...@plos.org>
Subject maximumRedeliveryDelay applies even if you are not using exponential back off
Date Wed, 18 Nov 2009 21:04:30 GMT
To set redelivery delay to more than 60000, I had to set both
redeliverDelay and maximumRedeliveryDelay. 

onException(Exception.class)
.handled(true)
.maximumRedeliveries(3)
.maximumRedeliveryDelay(70000l)
.redeliverDelay(70000l);

Javadocs say that maximumRedeliveryDelay "Sets the maximum redelivery
delay if using exponential back off." But it seems that it applies
always. Maybe you just need to change the docs to reflect that ?



-- 
Dragisa Krsmanovic
Java Developer
Public Library of Science 
http://www.plos.org


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