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JMS Instance not Specified in Proxy is Receiving Messages Although it Does not Have Consumers (Doc ID 985060.1)

Last updated on MARCH 27, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Service Bus - Version 2.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Product Information Center  > Index Master Note for Oracle Service Bus > Master Note for Troubleshooting Oracle Service Bus Clustered Production Systems > Note 985060.1
Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Product Information Center  > Index Master Note for Oracle Service Bus > Master Note for Troubleshooting Oracle Service Bus JMS Proxy and Business Services Issues > Note 985060.1


JMS messages are delivered to all the members of a distributed queue even though some of the members may not have consumers. Messages will stay on queue members that do not have consumers. A related application may seem to be loosing these messages as they are not consumed.

Monitoring the distributed queue members will show these messages in the queue.

 

Cause

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Symptoms
 Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Product Information Center  > Index Master Note for Oracle Service Bus > Master Note for Troubleshooting Oracle Service Bus Clustered Production Systems > Note 985060.1
Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Product Information Center  > Index Master Note for Oracle Service Bus > Master Note for Troubleshooting Oracle Service Bus JMS Proxy and Business Services Issues > Note 985060.1
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