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Message persistence in kapua - Subscriber connection lost [message #1772070] Tue, 05 September 2017 08:55 Go to next message
Raghu Akella is currently offline Raghu AkellaFriend
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I am using Kapua for my IOT solution. I have created two node applications one works a s a subscriber and one works as a client and both applications are pointing to locally running broker. Here my question is , If subscriber lost connection but publisher continuously sending messages on a topic. and after some time subscriber got active connection to broker.

In the above scenario once the subscriber is up will it receive all the messages (current messages + messages which were sent when the subscriber was down) or only current messages.

I have read ActiveMQ documentation which says durable subscriber. Is kapua internally using the same or do we need to do any additional changes.

Please help me.

Re: Message persistence in kapua - Subscriber connection lost [message #1778476 is a reply to message #1772070] Thu, 14 December 2017 16:35 Go to previous message
Riccardo Modanese is currently offline Riccardo ModaneseFriend
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Hi Raghu,
the current Kapua configuration uses the VirtualTopic as default in the MQTT connectors and the broker persistence is set.
So, with that condition, if you subscribe a topic with QoS>0 the broker subscribes the client to a virtual queue.
In other word, every subscriber with QoS>0 is a durable subscriber.


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