5 Replies Latest reply on Oct 8, 2010 2:15 PM by Clebert Suconic

    Is a Message Selector for a non-durable subscription processed by the producer or the client?

    Kent Watsen Newbie

      I've read (here) that "most JMS implementations will process message selectors on the client, unless they are part of a durable subscription".   As long as the messaging rate is low enough, this off-loads the server while not being too big of a burden to the network or clients.  But when the messaging rate is high, and clients are interested in only a few of the events, this could be a problem...


      What is HornetQ's default and can it be configured?