[rabbitmq-discuss] Persistence and Transactions

CJ rmqjava1a at yahoo.com
Sat Dec 29 23:26:04 GMT 2012

Thank you this is very helpful.

I am writing 2 separate applications.  One sending transactional messages,
and another receiving transactional messages.  I understand your point about
the 2 transactions are separate and do not directly affect one another.  My
purpose for writing the producer and consumer this way is to make the
applications as robust as possible to retain all messages.

In your last post you wrote:

> For most users where the producer and consumer are decoupled, producer
> confirms are a better 
> choice than transactions, although they offer different semantics.

Why are producer confirms better.  Is this better and will this retain
messages in the most secure manner possible.

Also, what exactly does a producer confirm entail.  Is this simply an
auto-ACK ?

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