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Is it possible to get messages manually from one router to another per disk?
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Posted By:   Torsten_Schmeissel
Posted On:   Monday, February 4, 2002 08:05 AM

Lets presume, that there is a host running a swiftmq router that might be disconnected temporary from the remaining router network and there is a jms client connected to that router. I understand that the jms client can produce messages and the router will store the messages and deliver them as soon as the connection is reactivated (store-and-forward). For that direction thats fine. For the opposite direction I would like to know if one could pick up messages determined for that temporary disconnected destination on a disk and take them there manually since the jms client can't wait until the connection is recovered. Thanks in advance. -Torste   More>>

Lets presume, that there is a host running a swiftmq router that might
be disconnected temporary from the remaining router network and there
is a jms client connected to that router. I understand that the jms
client can produce messages and the router will store the messages and
deliver them as soon as the connection is reactivated
(store-and-forward). For that direction thats fine. For the opposite
direction I would like to know if one could pick up messages
determined for that temporary disconnected destination on a disk and
take them there manually since the jms client can't wait until the
connection is recovered. Thanks in advance.

-Torsten

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Re: Is it possible to get messages manually from one router to another per disk?

Posted By:   Gregor_Kovac  
Posted On:   Tuesday, February 5, 2002 05:49 AM

Hi!

So you would just like to copy those mesasge files from one dics to another?
I don't think you can do this, because you whould probably fix the header of every message. The other thing is that the SwiftMQ router must have a list of all messages, so it can know when they were successfully sent, so the files can be deleted.

So basically my opinion is no.


Best regards,

Kovi
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