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From Claus Ibsen <>
Subject Re: maximumRedeliveryDelay applies even if you are not using exponential back off
Date Thu, 19 Nov 2009 04:57:45 GMT
On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 10:04 PM, Dragisa Krsmanovic
<> wrote:
> 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 ?

Yeah both needs to be fixed. I guess setting a redelivery delay >
60000 should change the max as well to that value.
Its however meant to prevent when using backoff the delay to get
extremely large.

Let me fix it asap

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> Dragisa Krsmanovic
> Java Developer
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