[rabbitmq-discuss] java.io.IOException because of Parameters
rutherford218 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 9 20:45:39 BST 2011
Thanks for the reply. But I do not have any duplicate queues. I deleted all
of the queues and started again. Also thought it might be an issue with the
web interface not deleting correctly so I uninstalled the instance and
reinstalled. When I start from a fresh queue the error still persists. I add
no parameters, just make it durable and save (basically the web interface
defaults). Does the java amqp client require some parameters? Are the web
interface defaults not correct? Any help would be appreciated.
On Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 12:10 PM, Dave Syer <david_syer at hotmail.com> wrote:
> On Aug 8, 4:34 pm, "Brian ." <rutherford... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I get an error (pated below) when I try to configure spring integration
> > rabbitmq. It says "parameters for queue 'translate.queue' in vhost '/'
> > equivalent" is the reason.
> The error message is a standard one from the broker telling you that
> you have declared a queue with the same name twice but different
> parameters (e.g. auto-delete). If you declared all your queues using
> Spring then it looks like you just changed the config between client
> startups, and didn't reset the broker. Or maybe someone else created
> the queue for you and you need to sync up the parameters with them?
> You can work around it by returning your config to the original
> values, or simply deleting the queue and starting again.
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