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Brian Bouterse updated PROTON-1328:
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    Description: 
Sending two messages using 1 sender with a delay between the two messages hangs 
for me. I do all of my message sending in on_sendable(). I thought that 
on_sendable() would periodically get called. I'm not sure why I think that. If 
I keep sending messages on_sendable() continues to be called, but after two 
calls without messages being sent on_sendable() stops being called.

I have a periodic timer task that is checking for messages to be sent and so it 
can receive a message to send at any time. If the message is for an address 
which corresponds with an existing sender, that sender should be used.

  was:
Sending two messages using 1 sender with a delay between the two messages hangs 
for me. I do all of my message sending in on_sendable(). I thought that 
on_sendable() would periodically get called. I'm not sure why I think that. If 
I keep sending messages on_sendable() continues to be called, but after two 
calls without messages being sent on_sendable() stops being called.

I have a periodic timer task that is checking for messages to be sent and so it 
can receive a message to send at any time. If the message is for an existing 
sender it should us that sender.


> Sending two messages with 1 sender hangs
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>
>                 Key: PROTON-1328
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/PROTON-1328
>             Project: Qpid Proton
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: python-binding
>    Affects Versions: 0.14.0
>         Environment: Fedora 24 using packages from F24 repos
>            Reporter: Brian Bouterse
>
> Sending two messages using 1 sender with a delay between the two messages 
> hangs for me. I do all of my message sending in on_sendable(). I thought that 
> on_sendable() would periodically get called. I'm not sure why I think that. 
> If I keep sending messages on_sendable() continues to be called, but after 
> two calls without messages being sent on_sendable() stops being called.
> I have a periodic timer task that is checking for messages to be sent and so 
> it can receive a message to send at any time. If the message is for an 
> address which corresponds with an existing sender, that sender should be used.



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