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Re: [xmlblaster] XMLRPC publish only
Ross Jekel a Ãcrit :
If I have an xmlrpc client that is never going to subscribe (only
publish), is there a way that I can connect to xmlBlaster such that I
do not need to provide a callback? I tried it once and it didn't work,
so either that is not supported or I did something wrong.
I just need to put some fire-and-forget messages on a queue from some
client apps and didn't see a need for each client to register a callback.
even if you don't start up a client side callback server you need to
configure it in the ConnectQos so that the server establishes a callback
queue. By setting retries='-1' the server never gives up to reach the
Here is a Qos example :
<session name="username/3" timeout="3600000" maxSessions="10"
<address type="XMLRPC" pingInterval="5000" retries="-1" delay="1000" />
<queue relating="callback" maxEntries="5" maxEntriesCache="2">
<callback type="XMLRPC" pingInterval="5000" retries="-1"
dispatcherActive="false" delay="1000" />