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Posted By:   Peder_Pedersen
Posted On:   Friday, January 10, 2003 08:30 AM

Hi, Is there any way for a JMS client to specify a list of SwiftMQ routers when looking up administered objects (connection factories, topics,...)? I.e. use something like: env.put(Context.PROVIDER_URL,"smqp://router1:4001, router2:4001,..."); ... for the InitialContext properties. Or will the client have to manually try all known routers? I would like to be able to cater for the situation where one or more of the routers are down. Thank you, - Peder PS: I'm evaluating SwiftMQ for a system that would have a few topics and do not need message delivery guarantees. However, if a router does go down, the JMS clients should   More>>

Hi,

Is there any way for a JMS client to specify a list of SwiftMQ routers when looking up administered objects (connection factories, topics,...)?
I.e. use something like:

			
env.put(Context.PROVIDER_URL,"smqp://router1:4001, router2:4001,...");


... for the InitialContext properties. Or will the client have to manually try all known routers?

I would like to be able to cater for the situation where one or more of the routers are down.


Thank you,

- Peder


PS:

I'm evaluating SwiftMQ for a system that would have a few topics and do not need message delivery guarantees. However, if a router does go down, the JMS clients should use a different router as soon as possible.

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Re: HA JNDI lookup

Posted By:   Andreas_Mueller  
Posted On:   Friday, January 10, 2003 09:26 AM

You would have to manually try all known routers. However, it's not a big deal to implement in the client what you've suggested above.


SwiftMQ will implement such kind of HA facilities in future releases.
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