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From "Flores, Paul A." <PAUL.A.FLO...@SAIC.COM>
Subject Question: Queue Disposition
Date Wed, 07 Sep 2016 15:00:57 GMT

At client site.  Need clarification for the following instance in regards to the disposition
of a queue in the following circumstance.

Thanks for comments, insights and guidance they are appreciated!



A process creates a queue with a unique address to mimic synchronous processing configuring
the queue so it is deleted the instance the Receiver is closed, creates a Receiver for the
specific queue, sends a message with the unique "reply to " address onto another queue and
performs a Get with a long time out duration.  The process aborts or the system hosting the
process experiences a catastrophic event.


Can the broker "tell" that the Receiver process has aborted?

What is the disposition of the queue with the unique address in this circumstance?

With the Receiver "disappearing" is the queue "removed" from the broker?

If the queue is removed:

    What happens to Senders attached to the queue?

If the queue remains:

  Can another Receiver be attached to the queue to fetch messages and close the queue?

  Will the queue ever get "removed" from the broker?

  Is the "process" to remove "orphaned" queues manual or can it be automated?


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