[rabbitmq-discuss] Consuming ack transactional without txCommit() ?

Tim Watson tim at rabbitmq.com
Wed Dec 19 11:50:13 GMT 2012


I tried to answer this in my reply to your other post: see 
- note that the thread's title doesn't make much sense because of topic 

Please shout if it still isn't making sense!


On 12/18/2012 07:24 PM, John Smith wrote:
> What does it mean that the ack is transacted on consuming side, but 
> not the read.
> I do get the fact that I can not write a rollback.  What I do not 
> understand is what it means that the ack is trasactional.
> Does tis mean the act will not complete until the server deletes the 
> message, and therefore the rollback is no longer permitted ?
> In the examples, I do not see a txCommmit() on the consuming side.
> Do I have to put a txCommit (and txselect) on the consuming side in 
> order to have the ack be transactional ?
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