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JMS - few conceptual questions

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This is my first post here, so hello everyone.

I have message producer SLSB (A) and a consumer MDB (B). Session mode is set to CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE in A.
A writes message to the queue and B get his onMessage() method invoked. Something went wrong during processing request from message in B (message is successfully delivered, but some other business method fails) and Message.acknowledge() is not invoked.

Will this message be redelivered to B without involvement of A? (if app server is configured for redelivery after timeout of n milliseconds)
I tried to simulate this on JBoss 4 and B.onMessage() is invoked only once, there is no redelivery.
Am I missing the point here, maybe this isn't the way how redelivery is intended to be used?

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