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Hi Folks,

Looking for the best option for exception handling in MDB's. Currently i am using a transaction. I'm working with MQ as the JMS provider and WSAD Test environment as the application server. I have found the 'Backout' options in MQ. This configuration will deliver the message a number of times before placing it in a backout queue.

So far so good, but i really want to have control about the interval between the redelivery of messages using a configuration. Are there settings in MQ/WAS to realise this? Or should i use a appliction level solution like calling in a MDB before rolling back the transaction?

Suggestions are most welcome,

Grtz,

Jan
 
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