Assume a (old legacy, yes this is out of date and better solutions are available) point to point architecture:
Client creates temporary queues and send the queuename to the server by a fixed queue ('command queue')
Server uses the received queue names to send messages to the client.
See the attached Code snippets:
- Start the Server
- Start the Client
- The Client creates a temporary queue and sends the name to the server
- Server receives message and sends a test message back.
- Client NEVER receives the test message
This works 100% on IBM MQSeries (the only source diff is the line that has a MQSerie getQueue API call, instead a createQueue, because queus are defined, and not dynamical as in ActiveMQ)
ActiveMQ LOG information:
The temporary queue is logged, but later it says that there are no subscriptions
DEBUG AbstractRegion - Adding destination: topic://ActiveMQ.Advisory.Consumer.Queue.ID:TIGER-2615-1170064714906-1:0:1
DEBUG JournalPersistenceAdapter - Checkpoint done.
DEBUG TIGER-2615-1170064714906-1:0:1 - No subscriptions registered, will not dispatch message at this time.
Can this bug be fixed?
Thank you, Jos