DurableSubscriptions without a selector on 0-10 connections will initially be unsubscribed at reconnect following upgrade of a legacy message store. If an older broker release is upgraded to the current format, the bindings for a DurableSubscriptions backing queue must be modified if it previously had no selector, to ensure the client can correctly reconnect to the DurableSubscription without having the existing messages lost due to an unsubscribe() bring performed.
This is because the newer clients send the server-side selector argument with an empty value to signfify the lack of a selector (to allow later querying if the selector has changed in any way when using the 0-10 client) whereas old clients used the complete lack of the argument to signal this. As a result, when determining if the selector has changed following a store upgrade from a legacy broker, the client would incorrectly believe it had and follow the JMS spec behaviour of doing an unsubscribe() before continuing, which would have the effect of deleting the backing queue. The bindings of such queues should be manipulated during the upgrade process to add the selector argument if it isnt already present.