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From tomt <tt...@netapp.com>
Subject Re: How can clients create a queue using AMQP 1.0?
Date Thu, 30 Nov 2017 18:48:12 GMT
have it survive across a reconnect?
Gordon Sim wrote
> On 30/11/17 18:22, tomt wrote:
>> Gordon Sim wrote
> Not necessarily. For subscription on a topic, the subscription can be 
> durable which means it survives the disconnection of the receiver (and 
> stores messages until the receiver reconnects).
> 
> When using the dynamic flag you can request certain properties for the 
> address created, such as "lifetime-policy".
> 
> That can be controlled over AMQP via the timeout and expiry-policy on 
> the "source" for the receiver.

Could you show me an example of what address an AMQP 1.0 client would use to
create a durable subscription as you mention above? 


> That also adds to the confusion by discussing the qpid::messaging APIs 
> 'addressing' syntax. What client(s) are you using?

We are using both the Qpid Proton-C and Proton-J libraries for different
purposes.



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