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status[@level="retry"] on the publisher channel?



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well, fat finger syndrome hit me again, here comes the missing contents:

Di anyone ever come a cross a retry status on the publisher channel, i.e. does
he engine or edir return a retry under any known circumstances? Just wondering,
while I am working on an error handling policy to handle a special case of
retry status messages on the subscriber channel...

Cheers, Lothar
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Re: status[@level="retry"] on the publisher channel?

Hello,

Not sure but what does previous move in progress return?
When I developed one of our custom drivers I know that I implemented support for retry on the publisher but I don't remember the
requirement for doing so...

Best regards,
Tobias
On 2011-11-10 14:49, Lothar Haeger wrote:
> well, fat finger syndrome hit me again, here comes the missing contents:
>
> Di anyone ever come a cross a retry status on the publisher channel, i.e. does
> he engine or edir return a retry under any known circumstances? Just wondering,
> while I am working on an error handling policy to handle a special case of
> retry status messages on the subscriber channel...
>
> Cheers, Lothar


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Tobias Ljunggren wrote:

> move in progress


yes, that would be it. Have not seen it for long, but might happen. Thanks!

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