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From towe <tobias.westerb...@cubeia.com>
Subject shutting down Camel, in-flight messages gone
Date Thu, 23 Aug 2012 08:56:22 GMT
I am trying to set up a camel route that forwards jms messages from one
persistent (local) queue to another remote jms queue.

If the remote connection is down the incoming message should be left on the
in-queue.

I managed to get this to work using transactions. But the problem I have now
is that doing a graceful shutdown removes the in-flight messages (after
timing out on the DefaultShutdownStrategy).

Killing the Camel process the hard way (kill -9) preserves the messages on
the queue, which is what I want.

To summarize, what I want is:
1. forward from queue A to queue B
2. rollback A (leave in queue) if B is down
3. repeat trying forever
4. to be able to shutdown camel without dropping in-flight messages

/tw



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