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About Undeliverable Messages in JMS Transport
If a message is undeliverable, in the sense that repeated attempts by the Siebel JMS Transport to receive the message fail, then the message must be removed from the queue. Most JMS vendors provide some mechanism for dealing with such "poison messages." Weblogic, for example, can be configured to limit the number of times it will attempt to deliver a message before redirecting the message to an error queue or deleting the message altogether.