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JMS - Auto-Acknowledge question

Harsha Jay
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If the JMS listener is set to AUTO_ACK mode and if there is an unchecked exception, would there be an automatic retry immediately ? I would like the message to remain in the queue until it is successfully processed. I am also looking into setting the retry w/ delay option and I think the JMS writes to DLQ after some retries. Can I call a separate handler when the retries are exhausted ?


thoughts?

Thanks
Harsha
 
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