1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 16, 2009 5:31 PM by Pedro Neveu

    STOMP interface does not support atomicity with transactions?

    Ranga Nathan Newbie

      Just tried running a putty session to STOMP interface (see below). Eventhough I aborted, the message was delivered? I followed the STOMP docs at http://stomp.codehaus.org/Protocol

       

      CONNECT

       

       

      ^@

      CONNECTED

               session:ID:nsdemo-2708-1255617439613-4:5

       

       

                                                       BEGIN

      transaction: TRAN03

       

      ^@

      SEND

      destination: /queue/this.should.not.be.there

       

      this message should not reach the destination

       

      ^@

      ABORT

      transaction: TRAN03

       

      ^@

        • 1. Re: STOMP interface does not support atomicity with transactions?
          Pedro Neveu Newbie

          Hi any2xml,

           

          As I understand it, once you are in the context of a transaction everything you do (like SEND, COMMIT, ABORT, and ACK) has to be in that context.

           

          So, in your example you would have to send your message in the context of transaction TRAN03, like this:

           

          ^@

          SEND

          destination: /queue/this.should.not.be.there

          transaction: TRAN03

           

          this message should not reach the destination

           

          ^@

           

          In that case if you abort you will have sent the message "this message should not reach the destination".

           

          "SEND" outside of the context of TRAN03 is not committed to adhere to that transaction.

           

          Have I understood your question or were you talking about something else?

           

          Pedro