Robbie Gemmell closed PROTON-1755.
    Resolution: Not A Bug

As mentioned before, please use the mailing lists for questions, not the issue 

You would add any new sessions/links in essentially the same manner as you 
added previous ones, and the event flow would be interweaved for the different 
sessions/links based on what happens on the wire.

The main concern is just that, like every other use of the reactor, youd need 
to do it on the thread running the reactor, e.g by calling the reactor wakeup 
and having an onReactorQuiesced handler somewhere able to pick up the task of 
doing the new work, or having your own timer task that picks it up, or your own 
selectable thing, etc.

> How do create sessions and links dynamically once the connection is open ?
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: PROTON-1755
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/PROTON-1755
>             Project: Qpid Proton
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: proton-j
>    Affects Versions: proton-j-0.25.0
>            Reporter: Priyanka Mathur
>            Priority: Major
> Hi Proton-j folks,
> We use proton-j library for establishing a connection and sending/receiving 
> messages over it.Until now we never had the need to *add* a new session or 
> new link to an existing and *opened* connection. Now that we have 
> multiplexing, we have the need to add a new session (and)/or add a new link 
> to already existing and opened connection. My question is how do I do that ? 
> Once we start the reactor, we receive several callbacks and callbacks of 
> importance here are
> 1. onConnectionInit
> 2. onConnectionBound -> we start a session
> 3. onLinkInit -> we start a link
> 4. onLinkRemoteOpen -> we check if link has opened
> and the connection is now established.
> Question is now that connection is opened,
> how do I add a new session to the already opened connection ?
> how do I add a new link to the already opened session ?
> Is there any such support from proton-j ? As AMQP protocol clearly should 
> support it.

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