Message forwarding using remote queues from one router to another.
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Posted By:   Abhinav_Katoch
Posted On:   Friday, August 9, 2002 02:08 PM

I have been running to some issues with trying to forward messages from one SwiftMQ router to another.
I'm trying to do this as follows:
1. Create a remote queue on a local router
2. Create a static route to the remote router
3. Send a message to this remote queue on the local router

I *think* that I should be able to write messages to this remote queue (locally) and the router should use the static route to forward the messages to the remote router whenever it become available. Is that right?

Re: Message forwarding using remote queues from one router to another.

Posted By:   Andreas_Mueller  
Posted On:   Monday, August 12, 2002 11:43 PM

Correct. The only sense of static routes are to be able to send to a remote destination while it is not connected. To lookup a remote queue during that time, you have to define a static remote queue in the JNDI Swiftlet as well.
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