sorry i forgot to explain the environment, i'm using:
the JMS service is configured to store messages via Oracle 126.96.36.199.
Thanx to all.
I can't believe it! I'm experiencing the same problem.
I' m looking for a way to control if the receiver is up and to reactivate it at runtime.
Anybody can help?
The problem seems to be related to another instance of jboss-4.0.5 installed on another machine on the Lan...
I've configured both jboss to isolate the system from each other as described here http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=TwoClustersSameNetwork.
Both servers use "ports-1" configuration.
Anyone can explain me how two jboss on the same lan, not configured in cluster, share the JMS service.
Note that on the two jboss is deployed the same application (i.e. there are the same queues configured, maybe this is the problem?).
thanks to all.
Sorry for digging up this old thread but we seem to experiece exactly the same thing.
Any solutions sugestions for the problem ?
Contiually digging up these old FAQs is pointless.
Nobody ever reads the answers - even if we could be bothered answering all
the repeat questions. Its like the DEBUG message containing an IOException I just answered for the 10,000th time.
That's why there is an FAQ page.
Just to prompt you in the right direction for the answer:
What if I have 5 MDBs behind those queues and I get the same situation? Is this also covered in the FAQ? (I read it, but couldn't find a clue...)
thanks for the answer and you are absolutly right i should have done some more research one the topic before posting.
Unfortunaly its seems not to be basic stuff like forgeting to set the Exception Listeners and handle the exeptions. However as i'm quite shure you have heared that many times i will double and tripple check for this.
By checking the forum i also found 2 topics which im cheking right now:
We are using Jboss 4.05 so I'm not shure if it will aply. Will it ?