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Old November 19th, 2010, 07:44 AM
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Default Jms Request/Reply question

Hi All,

I am doing a JMS request/reply pattern as specified in Professional JMS.

I get the whole thing of setting up temporary queues for the initial requestor to read a response from the responder.

What I want to know, is whether it is possible to use a single queue for the request and response without the 2 subscribers on the queue hijacking each other's messages.

For example:
- client A sends message to Q.requestReply queue with text ("the request")
- B reads message off Q.requestReply queue
- B captures MessageId
- B sets the replyMessage CorrelationId = MessageId
- B sends replyMessage to Q.requestReply queue with text ("the response")
- A reads the reply message and prints "the response"

Is this possible without B picking up the message that it replied to A?
I am trying this through java, and if A is down, B keep on reading the message that it posted to the Q as a response to A.

Hope this makes sense
Old November 19th, 2010, 11:40 AM
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Default Got it working

I used a message selector in combination with the correaltion id to filter out messages on the producer and the consumer if anyone is interested.

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