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From "Fallon, Richard" <richard.fal...@atosorigin.com>
Subject Dynamic Routes with the Headers Exchange
Date Mon, 06 Jun 2011 16:13:40 GMT


I have been happily using federated brokers linked via dynamic routes
using the topic exchange.  As you know this allows me to publish to one
broker and subscribe to that data from another, great!

However I have recently switched to using the headers exchange for
subscriptions, but am unable to subscribe to data from a dynamic route.

So I have 



1) I can successfully publish to amq.match on SRC_BROKER and subscribe
to the same broker using the (rather lengthy but powerful) amqp headers
	This tells me I am using the right publish subscribe syntax.

2) I then set up the dynamic route, linked using the command
	qpid-route add dynamic DEST_BROKER SRC_BROKER  amq.match

3) But I cannot subscribe to the same messages on the DEST_BROKER
despite having set up the dynamic route.

4)  However I  can subscribe to messages on the DEST_BROKER that have
been published to the SRC_BROKER on the topic exchange
	This tells me I can (at least) connect the brokers on the topic

So the first simple question - can I use dynamic routes with the headers

I'm using Qpid-0.8 c++ broker.

Thanks as ever

Richard Fallon

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