4 Replies Latest reply on Apr 8, 2005 6:51 PM by Armenio Pinto

    Automatic topic/queue creation

    Armenio Pinto Newbie

      Hi there,

      We're using JBoss 3.2.6 and we have an MDB that listens in a remote JMS queue (configured with the resource adapter method). The problem is that when the network connection is lost between the machines where the JMS service and the MDB are, a "dummy" queue in created in the MDB side, preventing further message reception (when the network connection comes up).

      I knew that this was a characteristic of the MDB deployment (when the topic/queue doesn't exist, create one with the same name)... But what I really want to know is how to turn it off! Is there any configuration in the MDB deployment descriptior that I can tune in order to change this behaivour?

      Also, does anyone know how the container checks if the topic that "feeds" an MDB is online? Is it by pooling? If so, what's the default pooling interval and is there a way to change it?


      Thanks a lot in advance!

      Arménio Pinto