[jboss-user] [JBoss Messaging] - Re: JMSServerControl.createQueue() fails when there are any
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Fri Jul 31 11:46:50 EDT 2009
"clebert.suconic at jboss.com" wrote : IMO the management address shouldn' t be paged (ever).
If I bypass paging for management message in PostOfficeImpl.route(), the issue disappears.
However, the message which is paged is the *reply* containing the operation result. It is not routed to the management address but (generally) to a temporary address. This means I can't use the message destination to bypass paging as it is not the management address.
The only way to know if the message corresponds to a management message is to lookup for a well-known property.
But this is not optimal as I don't want to lookup every message while only management message should never be paged.
So, I added a "pagingEnabled" boolean parameter to PostOffice.route().
When a *management message* is routed, I set it to false. Otherwise, it is true.
Then, in the route() method, I wrapped the paging code in a if(pagingEnabled) block.
This avoids to do any lookup to check if the message is a management message or not but it clutters a little bit the PostOffice API.
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