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JMS Clustered Distributed Queue Forward Delay Issue

Nikki Chan
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Hi,

I have configured 2 managed servers (MS1 & MS2) with connection factory and distributed queues (DQ). The load balancing is round robin.

I understand that the Queue Receiver could only listen to the queue residing on 1 of the server(MS1-DQ or MS2-DQ). The messages on the other queue is not being received. Thus, I configured my forward delay to 1 but the messages does not get forwarded to another queue if it does not have consumer.

What could be wrong? What other settings are needed? I set target to the migratable server.
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Nikki Chan
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resolved the naming issue. so anyone got a solution to my problem?
 
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