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Force delay in message driven beans. Is it possible?

 
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You should use setTimeToDeliver(timeToDeliver), but the implementation depends on the JMS server.
 
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You should use setTimeToDeliver(timeToDeliver), but the implementation depends on the JMS server.



Is that api part of the jms spec? I think it is weblogic specific.

ram.
 
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ramprasad madathil wrote:

You should use setTimeToDeliver(timeToDeliver), but the implementation depends on the JMS server.



Is that api part of the jms spec? I think it is weblogic specific.

ram.



I found that it is weblogic specific, but I'm using jboss and got a way to do the same thing.
Something like this:



Anyway, thanks for your answers

pol
 
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