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From Jen Andre <jan...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: timeouts
Date Wed, 06 Jan 2010 19:25:53 GMT

I can't use the JMS API because of this bug: 

I need to  create a durable queue bound to a topic.  If there some
workaround let me know, I am happy to use the JMS API otherwise.
I was able to successfully build from trunk.  I changed nothing in my test
program, but now I am no longer getting timeouts and I see the heartbeat
replies in the log messages coming from my client:

2010-01-06 12:02:01,703 INFO  [Dispatcher-Channel-1]
client.AMQSession$Dispatcher (AMQSession.java:2910) - Dispatcher-Channel-1
2010-01-06 12:04:00,829 DEBUG [IoReceiver - /]
util.Logger (Logger.java:54) - RECV: [conn:1035079] ch=0
2010-01-06 12:04:00,829 DEBUG [IoReceiver - /]
util.Logger (Logger.java:54) - SEND: [conn:1035079] ch=0
2010-01-06 12:04:00,829 DEBUG [IoReceiver - /]
util.Logger (Logger.java:54) - FLUSH: [conn:1035079] 

Something odd is happening -- I will try to narrow it down, since I want to
use the 0.5 version if at all possible.

Rajith Attapattu wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 5, 2010 at 4:48 PM, Jen Andre <jandre@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Yes, I am using both the c++ broker and the java library from 0.5.
>> Setting the idle_timeout in the AMQP url doesn't seem affect anything.
>>  I will try grabbing the latest from trunk as suggested by another
>> user.
>> I'm not sure which API I'm supposed to be using.  I tried both the
>> code in  org.apache.qpid.client.* and  org.apache.qpid.transport.* and
>> I get the same behavior.
> You are supposed to use the JMS API.
> The classes you are using right now are in the implementation layer
> and are subject to change without any notice btw versions.
>> Here some sample code.  Maybe you can tell me what I'm doing wrong
> I cut paste your code and added an exception listener to the
> connection and I didn't see any timeouts.
> If I did a kill -STOP <broker-pid> then I saw a the client dropping
> the connection after 120 secs.

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