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Re: [xmlblaster] persistent connection behavior
persistent connections and sessions only ensure that these are available
again after a server crash recovery. The behavior you are expecting is
the failsafe behavior described in the requirement:
(of course together with the persistent sessions you already have).
Follow the instructions described at the end of the requirement.
Basically retries=-1 (both for connections and callbacks), set a ping
interval and a delay, choose positive sessionIds (always for the
persistent sessions and subscriptions), configure the maxEntries for the
callback and the connection queue and that should make it!
Horner, John wrote:
I had always believed that if I had a persistent connection and
subscription that the server would remember me and what I had had
delivered if I lost my connection.
We tried an experiment where we connected with a persistent connection,
made a persistent subscription, and then after a while unplugged the
ethernet cable to the client. We expected that when we plugged back in
the cable that everyone would connect and pick right back up where we
Perhaps I was naive. Upon closer reading of the reference doc it only
claims that persistent connections survive server crashes, not general
loss of connection. So, what exactly are the conditions across which a
persistent connection survives?
Is there a good way to accomplish what we want (recommence delivery
automatically following any connection failure)?
Open Roads Consulting Inc.