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From "Flores, Paul A." <PAUL.A.FLO...@SAIC.COM>
Subject RE: Question: Temporary queues: set up and when do they go away? -Resolved
Date Tue, 05 Apr 2016 13:29:51 GMT
Robbie,

I was actually looking for an example of the following, which works in the manner I was hoping
for.
"const char* response_queue="#response_queue; {create: always delete: always, receiver}"

So now when I close the receiver the queue goes away.

The documentation is definitely moving at a much slow pace than development.  The examples
are good but it would help to have more inline comments.

As aside it would be interesting to find some development guidance of how to move from the
C++ Messaging API to Proton.  I myself would like to be able to see a side by side comparison
of a simple sender and receiver "expressed" in the C++ Messaging API and in C++Proton.  Maybe
I should start that as a separate discussion item.

Paul

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From: Robbie Gemmell [robbie.gemmell@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 05, 2016 4:39 AM
To: users@qpid.apache.org
Subject: Re: Question: Temporary queues: set up and when do they go away?

Have you tried doing what the example does that Gordon linked to and I
described further yesterday?

Robbie

On 4 April 2016 at 16:54, Flores, Paul A. <PAUL.A.FLORES@saic.com> wrote:
> As subject states.
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> Unclear how use so of the Address options as they are described.
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> How do I set up a temporary queue that goes away when the receiver is closed?
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> I am using the following in my code to set up a response queue.
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> What has me asking this question is that using qpid-cofig I can see that before I run
my example applications there is only 1 non-durable queue.  But well after my example applications
finishes (receivers and senders are closed) I see 2 non-durable queues.  Shouldn't the queue
be deleted and not appear at all when I run qpidd-configure?  What am I doing incorrectly?
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> "const char* response_queue="#response_queue; {create: always, delete: always}"
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> Thanks for your help it is appreciated!
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> Paul
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