(under construction: v1 docs, v2 docs)
Migrating to 2.0.0-M28 and above
Version 2.0.0-M28 introduced a change to default all dead letter exchanges to be Fanout by default. Previously these were Direct. The reason for this change is due to an issue when multiple queues are bound to the same routing key on the same exchange and vice versa. When a handler dead letters a message it will be lost into the Ether as the broker can't work out where to send it.
- The signature of
requeueDeclarationshas changed. Try to use the new default dlx exchange type where possible.
- If changing the dlx type, delete the
.redeliverexchanges manually before deploying your newly upgraded service. If you don't do this, the service will fail to start complaining about mismatching Exchange types.
If you really must continue using a Direct exchange:
- If using Wiring, use
setDeadLetterExchangeType = ExchangeType.Direct
- If using requeueDeclarations, you will need to pass in
Migrating to 2.0.0-M30 and above
Version 2.0.0-M30 introduced a change to the
Wiring module where, if a requeue policy is being explicitly set, the
retryAfter value is
passed into the
x-message-ttl parameter of the requeue queue, which previously defaulted to 5 minutes.
This means that the
retryAfter value being declared will be respected.
In this scenario, as the queue policy is being changed, it may need to the requeue queue to be manually deleted so that the application can recreate it. The application may fail to start up otherwise.
Releasing a new version
- Merge your change into master
- perform an
sbt releasesetting the new version when prompted
- Release in sonatype