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Justin Ross updated PROTON-274:
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    Labels: messenger  (was: )

> Proton-C Sending a message to an non existant Service Bus entity suceeds
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: PROTON-274
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/PROTON-274
>             Project: Qpid Proton
>          Issue Type: Bug
>    Affects Versions: 0.4
>            Reporter: Arun Dsouza
>            Priority: Minor
>              Labels: messenger
>
> ########## Background ######################
> I am using Proton-C  to communicate with a queue in Windows Azure Service Bus.
> According to the Proton-C Samples the way to check if an operation suceeded 
> is use the pn_messenger_errno function.  Its declaration is as follows  
> /** Returns the error code for the Messenger.
>  *
>  * @param[in] messenger the messenger to check for errors
>  *
>  * @return an error code or zero if there is no error
>  * @see error.h
>  */
> PN_EXTERN int pn_messenger_errno(pn_messenger_t *messenger);
>  
> ############ Bug ################
> Now If I try to send to a SB queue that DOES NOT exist. pn_messenger_errno 
> returns 0.
>  
> However if I try to send to an entity in an NON EXISTANT SB namespace. 
> pn_messenger_errno  correctly returns a non 0 error code
> ########### Relavent Proton Traces ############# 
> Connected to INT7-27689-0-2.servicebus.int7.windows-int.net:5671
>     -> SASL
> [0x9871400:0] -> SASL-INIT @65 [:PLAIN, 
> b"\x00owner\x00dexww###########################"]
>     <- SASL
> [0x9871400:0] <- SASL-MECHANISMS @64 [@PN_SYMBOL[:PLAIN, :EXTERNAL]]
> [0x9871400:0] <- SASL-OUTCOME @68 [0, b"Welcome!"]
>     -> AMQP
> [0x986c740:0] -> OPEN @16 ["1fcb1ed4-67a6-42d8-aaef-7e8aed0d5977", 
> "INT7-27689-0-2.servicebus.int7.windows-int.net", null, null, null, null, 
> null, null, null]
> [0x986c740:1] -> BEGIN @17 [null, 0, 1024, 1024]
> [0x986c740:1] -> ATTACH @18 ["sender-xxx", 1, false, null, null, @40 
> ["zgflsmhbbfyle1", 0, null, 0, false, null, null, null, null, null, null], 
> @41 ["zgflsmhbbfyle1", 0, null, 0, false, null, null], null, null, 0]
>     <- AMQP
> [0x986c740:0] <- OPEN @16 ["305ab36b6dba436a9c0b58546df87c7b_G1", null, 
> 65536, 4999, 60000, null, null, null, null, null]
> [0x986c740:0] <- BEGIN @17 [1, 1, 1024, 1024, 7, null, null, null]
> [0x986c740:0] <- ATTACH @18 ["sender-xxx", 1, true, null, null, @40 
> ["zgflsmhbbfyle1", 0, null, 0, false, null, null, null, null, null, null], 
> null, null, null, 0, null, null, null, null]
> [0x986c740:0] <- DETACH @22 [1, true, @29 [:"amqp:not-found", "The messaging 
> entity 'sb://int7-27689-0-2.servicebus.int7.windows-int.net/zgflsmhbbfyle1' 
> could not be 
> found..TrackingId:305ab36b6dba436a9c0b58546df87c7b_G1,TimeStamp:3/21/2013 
> 9:44:53 PM", {:"com.microsoft:stack-trace"="\x0d\x0aServer stack trace: 
> \x0d\x0a\x0d\x0a\x0d\x0aException rethrown at [0]: \x0d\x0a   at 
> Microsoft.ServiceBus.Common.AsyncResult.End[TAsyncResult](IAsyncResult 
> result) in 
> d:\bt\109356\private\source\ServiceBus\Clients\Microsoft.ServiceBus.Messaging\Common\AsyncResult.cs:line
>  411\x0d\x0a   at 
> Microsoft.Cloud.ServiceBus.Gateway.Runtime.AmqpGatewayProvider.Microsoft.Cloud.ServiceBus.Gateway.Runtime.IAmqpGatewayProvider.EndResolveAndAuthorize(IAsyncResult
>  result, Int64& containerId, Int32& partitionId, String& entityName, 
> DateTime& authorizationValidToUtc) in 
> d:\bt\109356\private\source\ServiceBus\Service\Messaging\Microsoft.Cloud.ServiceBus.Messaging\Amqp\AmqpGatewayProvider.cs:line
>  89\x0d\x0a   at Microsoft.Cloud.ServiceBus.Gateway.Runtime.AmqpGatewa
> LINK ERROR (amqp:not-found) The messaging entity 
> 'sb://int7-27689-0-2.servicebus.int7.windows-int.net/zgflsmhbbfyle1' could 
> not be 
> found..TrackingId:305ab36b6dba436a9c0b58546df87c7b_G1,TimeStamp:3/21/2013 
> 9:44:53 PM
> [0x986c740:1] -> DETACH @22 [1, true, null]
> [0x986c740:0] -> CLOSE @24 [null]
> [0x986c740:0] <- END @23 [@29 [:"amqp:not-found", "The messaging entity 
> 'sb://int7-27689-0-2.servicebus.int7.windows-int.net/zgflsmhbbfyle1' could 
> not be 
> found..TrackingId:305ab36b6dba436a9c0b58546df87c7b_G1,TimeStamp:3/21/2013 
> 9:44:53 PM", {:"com.microsoft:stack-trace"="\x0d\x0aServer stack trace: 
> \x0d\x0a\x0d\x0a\x0d\x0aException rethrown at [0]: \x0d\x0a   at 
> Microsoft.ServiceBus.Common.AsyncResult.End[TAsyncResult](IAsyncResult 
> result) in 
> d:\bt\109356\private\source\ServiceBus\Clients\Microsoft.ServiceBus.Messaging\Common\AsyncResult.cs:line
>  411\x0d\x0a   at 
> Microsoft.Cloud.ServiceBus.Gateway.Runtime.AmqpGatewayProvider.Microsoft.Cloud.ServiceBus.Gateway.Runtime.IAmqpGatewayProvider.EndResolveAndAuthorize(IAsyncResult
>  result, Int64& containerId, Int32& partitionId, String& entityName, 
> DateTime& authorizationValidToUtc) in 
> d:\bt\109356\private\source\ServiceBus\Service\Messaging\Microsoft.Cloud.ServiceBus.Messaging\Amqp\AmqpGatewayProvider.cs:line
>  89\x0d\x0a   at 
> Microsoft.Cloud.ServiceBus.Gateway.Runtime.AmqpGatewayListener
> SESSION ERROR (amqp:not-found) The messaging entity 
> 'sb://int7-27689-0-2.servicebus.int7.windows-int.net/zgflsmhbbfyle1' could 
> not be 
> found..TrackingId:305ab36b6dba436a9c0b58546df87c7b_G1,TimeStamp:3/21/2013 
> 9:44:53 PM
> [0x986c740:0] <- CLOSE @24 [null]
> [0x986c740:0] <- EOS
> [0x986c740:0] -> EOS
> Closed INT7-27689-0-2.servicebus.int7.windows-int.net:5671



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