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Tue Apr 12 10:32:41 BST 2011

"Returns false only if the timeout expires before either a delivery
appears or the end-of-stream is reached. If false is returned, the out
parameter "result" is set to null, but LatestEvent is not updated."

What value are you using for the timeout?  Does that function return
true when the message is set to null?

> It seems is the
> way they are sent (maybe AMQP header properties?)...

It's probably not related to the headers.


On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 09:04:02AM -0800, Alfonso Pantoja wrote:
> Hi,
> We are using RabbitMq version 2.6.1 which receives messages from a
> Ejabberd server (via a custom erlang mod).
> After upgrading Rabbit from 2.2.1 (the module was adapted to work with
> new rabbit version) I've noticed that the messages created in that
> module can't be recovered using the .NET API (2.6.1 and
> because all messages are received as "null"
> (using subscription.Next(millisecondsTimeout, out message))
> The messages exists and are correct because in rabbit web
> administration can be seen using the feature "Get Message(s) which
> shows the body and properties.
> I tried to sent the same message using a .NET publisher and it worked,
> so I'm wondering which is the cause of the problem. It seems is the
> way they are sent (maybe AMQP header properties?)...
> Any ideas?
> Thank you in advance
> Regards,
> Alfonso
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