as per my other post, messages are routed to an address not a queue. if the server is down then the message will be held in the store and forward queue of the bridge itself.
Thanks, Andy. So in my understanding then I loose the benefit of guaranteed delivery when using bridges because as you say it's routed to an address instead of a queue?
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no you don't lose any guarantees. the guarantee is between a source queue and a target address, if there were 2 queues bound to this address then they would both receive the message as part of the guarantee, this is how a core bridge works. Try not to think JMS this is our own core API.