Oct 13th, 2011, 11:51 AM
Why does JmsInvokerClientInterceptor not set the timeToLive of a Message?
I wonder why JmsInvokerClientInterceptor does not set the timeToLive of the messages it sends. There is no reason why a sent message should live longer than the time the doExecuteRequest method waits for the response.
When I google for that issue, I can find an older patch the corrects this issue, but it's not implemented in Spring 3.0.6:
Dec 26th, 2011, 04:41 PM
I came to this forum to get an answer to this exact topic.
We are using Spring 2.5 and couldn't find a way to do this "out of the box" through configuration.
So far the only thing that worked was to copy & paste JmsInvokerClientInterceptor and manually override "doExecuteRequest" method...
It is a awful solution... I wonder which is the correct way to do it...
Mar 7th, 2012, 08:48 AM
this is the same problem even i am facing please guys help me.