One thing I didn't mention before.
JBossMQ doesn't have it's own DLQ but relies on the MDB DLQ.
We actually have our own, so we have it even when running standalone (outside the AS).
When running in the AS and using MDBs, by default the MDB dlq functionality will be used,
since this actuall wraps the MDB onMessage so we don't get a chance to intercept, so
would need to be disabled for our dlq functionality to be used.
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