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sorry for the late response.
As I metioned I use solace systems, (http://www.solacesystems.com), I should have looked for a more relevant forum but unfortunately I couldn't find one.
I noticed something new in my latest tests, this is what I did:
- start the server;
- start the client;
- client sends request to run a stored proc;
- server runs the stored proc and sends 16 packages back to solace;
- first time, client receives all 16 pkgs;
- the same client sends the same request again, the 2nd time and the following attempts get fewer packages;
- the server log shows all packages are still emitted each time.
When the client sends the request, it publishes it to a topic. When the server sends back, it directly "reply" to the client.
I am quite puzzled that how come some packages could even get lost.
Could it be that the server sends the packages faster than the client can consume therefore some get lost? But in the 1st time of receiving all packages were received.
Thanks for your thoughts,
According to your previous message, it looks like your application has an issues in the area which has not been implemented as JMS.
This is not JMS specific issue at all.
Why don't you involve JMS for the subscriber to send the message to publisher. This way you can be sure where exactly the issue is.