I'll answer your question with a question: Why would a JMS receiver be interested on
whether or not a message was redelivered? Maybe a node does not support redelivery of the
message. Maybe a node needs to take additional action on a redelivery.
Maybe you are executing a remote service that doesn't support transactions and that
may have been executed. So you'll want to transition to a different state that
compensates for this.
Since jBPM uses a one size fits all approach for transitioning through JMS you don't
have the option of tweaking message delivery semantics on a per node basis.
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