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    Should I be using persistent queues? When we first started playing with Mirth we were told to not user persistent queues. We are have to manually resend many messages a day due to ack timeouts even after setting the timeouts to 50000ms.
    Is anyone using persistent queues for this reason?
    Regards,
    chris

  • #2
    Reersistent queues

    PQ are a secure issue. Try it for a few days and then, decide.

    On the other hand, you can make a few changes into Mirh code to re-send messages with an ACK timeout.

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    • #3
      What exactly is "Use Persistent Queues" doing?

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      • #4
        In a nutshell, turning on persistent queues sets a channel to "messages stay in the queue until they're delivered", instead of "try X number of times, then fail". I usually turn on persistent queues when the recipient is through a VPN that gets a little flaky at times...

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