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Poison Messages in JMS

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Hi,

I would like to know about 'Poison Messages in JMS'

When, how, why they occur. How to avoid them

Any links, sample code, resources, ideas highly appreciated. Thanks in advace
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Hi gudii,

Poison messages, messages the application can never successfully process.
A badly-formatted message arrives on a queue. Such a message might make the receiving application fail and back out the receipt of the message. In this situation, such a message might be received, then returned to the queue, repeatedly. These messages are known as poison messages. The ConnectionConsumer must be able to detect poison messages and reroute them to an alternative destination.

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