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Is the usage of message selectors in JMS an anti pattern? Is it true for both queue and topic ?

 
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Hello ranchers,

Recently there was a discussion at my workplace on whether the usage of selectors in JMS (in context with ActiveMQ) an anti pattern or not. I do not have any particular opinion weighing on either side, but I would like to understand if that really is an anti pattern, if yes why. Is it more of an anti pattern when consuming from queue vs topic. Or is that more of a bad thing in ActiveMQ but not so in other broker technologies.

Could you some one weigh in their opinions ?

Thanks
Mano
 
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