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From Willem Jiang <willem.ji...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Dead Letter Queue
Date Mon, 01 Feb 2010 06:33:20 GMT
Oh, so do you need to use Camel to implement EIP[1].
If not, can you tell me why do you consider to take a look at camel?

[1] http://camel.apache.org/eip.html

Willem

Raster3 wrote:
> Thanks.
> I am just trying to understand.
> If my dead letter queue is just a jms queue and i dont use the camel error
> handler does camel give any other value add?
> 
> R
> 
> 
> 
> willem.jiang wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> First Camel dead letter channel is a generate channel. You can not only 
>> store the message into a  dead letter queue, but also any other Camel 
>> endpoints(such as sead, direct or file).
>>
>> Second, Camel dead letter channel has some advance features which are 
>> inherited from error handler[1], you can user the try... catch and 
>> onwhen, onException to deal with different error message.
>>
>> [1]http://camel.apache.org/error-handler.html
>>
>> Willem
>>
>>
>> Raster3 wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I was looking at this http://camel.apache.org/dead-letter-channel.html
>>> Previously I have worked with JMS dead letter / error queues using
>>> weblogic.
>>>
>>> In Weblogic an error queue is something one configures and associates
>>> with a
>>> queue using the weblogic console or using JMX . Depending on the
>>> configuration after a time period or number of retries the message is
>>> moved
>>> to the dead letter queue.
>>>
>>> Can you please elaborate on what exactly is the value add of camel in
>>> this
>>> context.
>>>
>>> R
>>
>>
> 


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