Chapter 5. Known issues

  • ENTMQMAAS-1281: Resources not deleted when uninstalling AMQ Online using OLM on OpenShift Container Platform 4.1

    Workaround: For the workaround about how to remove all resources when uninstalling AMQ Online using the Operator Lifecycle Manager (OLM), see Removing remaining resources after uninstalling AMQ Online using the Operator Lifecycle Manager.

  • ENTMQBR-2908: When using message store-and-forward, messages are forwarded to the remote AMQP server and are then removed from the local address. If the remote server rejects a message, the rejected message is placed into the global dead-letter queue (DLQ). Examples of when the server might reject a message include space constraints or other transient issues. If the remote AMQP server is an AMQ broker, be aware that it functions in this way.

    Workaround: To resolve this situation, you must connect to a client and consume from the global DLQ address, !!GLOBAL_DLQ.